We are fortunate that we can support ourselves during this COVID-19 crisis. However, some of our brothers and sisters do not have the capacity to pay even for their daily survival needs. Let us help our brothers and sisters in overcoming this unprecedented crisis.
In this pursuit, District Administration, Ferozepur through District Red Cross Society Ferozepur seeks help and cooperation from one and all and accepts voluntary contributions from Individuals, Companies, Trusts, Organisations etc. All contributions made towards District Red Cross Society Ferozepur are exempt from Income Tax under Section 80(G).
In this regard, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs Office of Government of India has written through its Office Letter No: 05/01/2019-CSR Dated 23.03.2020 that contribution of CSR Funds for Covid-19 is eligible CSR activity. It is further added that Only Indian Citizens/organizations can contribute to this account from their account within India as per Government Rules and regulations. Foreign Remittances from people, who are not citizens of India, will not be accepted by District Red Cross Society Ferozepur.
Please note that District Red Cross Society Ferozepur accepts your contributions only through its official bank account given in the link below. District Red Cross Society Ferozepur does not collect any money through SMS/ Missed Call Services or through any such service provider. It is advised that any such calls/ Messages should be disregarded and not entertained by Public.
We promise that every penny shall reach the needy. Your contribution would be duly recognised and appreciated when our war against COVID -19 is over.
Ferozepore is an ancient city situated close to the present day Indo-Pakistan border. It is believed to have been founded by Ferozeshah Tughluq in the 14th century. Another version claims that it was founded by a Bhatti chief called Feroze Khan. However, the first version is more widely accepted as Ferozeshah Tughluq had a passion for building new cities and renaming old ones especially after his own name.He claimed, “Among the many gifts which God bestowed upon me, His humble servant, was a desire to erect public buildings. So I built many mosques, colleges and monasteries, that the learned and the elders, the devout and the holy, might worship God in these edifices and aid the kind builder with their prayers.”
Ferozepore’s strategic position in the northwest of the country has resulted in its being part of many military expenditions in the area. During the first Anglo-Sikh war in 1845, it due to the negligence of the British commander at Ferozepore that the Khalsa was able to cross the Sutlej unopposed. When Lord Hardinge declared war on the Sikhs, the first battle was fought at Mudki, 20 miles south-east of Ferozepore. In 1838, Ferozepore was the centre from where British troops advanced to Kabul during the rist Anglo-Afghan war.Read More…
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