Not way back, Jawa Bikes raised a wholesome sum of Rs 1.49 crore by auctioning 13 of its bikes. This sum has now been donated to the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund (AFFDF) at a ceremony held in New Delhi.
Kendriya Sainik Board, Ministry of Defence (Authorities of India) was on the receiving finish of the donation at a joint ceremony, within the presence of armed forces veterans, warfare heroes and officers. The quantity raised by the motorbike firm shall be utilised in direction of the training of kids of martyrs of the Indian Armed Forces.
The Kendriya Sainik Board underneath the aegis of the Authorities of India, can also be answerable for introducing and executing numerous welfare and rehabilitation schemes for ex-servicemen, warfare widows and their dependents via a community of 32 Rajya Sainik Boards and 385 Zila Sainik Boards throughout the nation. These welfare schemes are additionally funded from the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund (AFFDF).
Ashish Joshi, Chief Government Officer, Basic Legends Pvt. Ltd., stated “Perpetually Heroes isn’t just a Basic Legends initiative. Quite, it’s a motion created by Jawa riders in addition to the motorcycling group who got here ahead to assist this trigger and helped us elevate this quantity. It’s true that the sacrifices made by martyrs can by no means be weighed, however we shall be glad if this gesture can contribute to the welfare of their relations.”
Brigadier Mrigendra Kumar SM, Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, stated, “Perpetually Heroes initiative is a considerate step in direction of the good thing about the households of armed forces personnel by Jawa Bikes. What units this aside is the best way the model has introduced the motorcycling group conscious of the sacrifices that the armed forces make to maintain our nation secure. We respect this gesture and it’s our obligation to make sure that it makes a distinction to many lives by contributing to their higher future.”