Murtaza Ali, A Kota man offers to donate Rs 110 crores for Pulwama Martyrs

A fourty four years old Murtaza Ali Hamid of Kota told Saturday that he wanted to give Rs 110 crores to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund for the martyrs’ families. For this, he has e-mailed to the Prime Minister’s Office and sought time to meet the Prime Minister of India. In response, he got an answer from the Prime Minister’s Office that within two-three days, the time to meet the Prime Minister will be decided. Murtaza Ali is blind since birth. He has done his graduation in commerce from Government Commerce college, kota. he is currently living in Mumbai and working as Researcher and scientist.

Source: Times of India

According to Times of India report, National relief fund has asked Murtaza Ali to send his profile. He said, “The inspiration of helping and supporting to those who lay down their lives for our motherland should be in the blood of every citizen of the country”

Earlier he started working in the field of mobile and Dish TV. In 2010, he went to Jaipur with some work. He went to a petrol pump there . There was a phone call came on a person’s mobile. The person received the phone and got the fire then he started studying to know the reason. In this way, he invented the fuel burn radiation technology. Through this technology, any vehicle can be traced without GPS, camera or any other device.

Murtaza Ali said that he had sent the proposal of his innovation fuel burn radiation technology to NHAI(National Highway authority of India) in September, 2016 but government of India approved it after 2 years in October, 2018. He had given this proposal at free of cost. he also regrets that if his innovation been recognised timely then attacks like Pulwama can be stopped by using fuel burn radiation technology.

Facebook Comments