TDN World Desk: Mortaza Ali Hamid, a blind scientist makes himself an example of an excellent generosity, wins hearts of millions of Indians as he decides to offer Rs 110 crore donation for the Pulwama martyrs.
Murtaza, who hails from Kota and is currently based in Mumbai, has offered to donate Rs 110 crore from his taxable income to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund for the welfare of martyred jawans in the recent Pulwama attack.
In order to send the money to Prime Ministers National Relief Fund, through email he has already sought for an appointment to meet Narendra Modi. According to TOI, Blind since birth, Hamid did his graduation in commerce from Government Commerce College, Kota and is currently working as a researcher and scientist in Mumbai.
On Sunday morning, Hamid told the news outlet that the government has responded to his offer for the martyrs CRPF soldiers. Agni Kumar Das, deputy secretary of the National Relief Fund, has asked him to send his profile to the concerned authority. Asked about the source of his inspiration, Hamid said, as quoted by Times of India, “The inspiration to help and support those who lay down their lives for our motherland should be in the blood of every citizen of the country.”
Besides being a man of beautiful heart, Hamid is also a scientist who continues with his research work in Mumbai.
He claimed to have innovated ‘Fuel Burn Radiation Technology’ which helps to trace and locate any vehicle or object without GPS, camera or any other technical equipment. Hamid claimed that he had forwarded the proposal to hand it over free of cost to the government and National Highways Authority of India in September 2016 but he received initial approval two years later in October 2018. Further development on the same is still awaited.
However, Hamid regrets of the matter that had his scientific innovation been recognized at the right time by the government, tragic incidents like Pulwama attack could have been averted.