UK Plans New Funds To Help Indian Soldiers Who Fought In World Wars The new initiative will be a a joint collaboration between the Royal British Legion, the UK’s armed forces charity, and the Department for International Development’s UK Aid initiative (Photo: Mark Kolbe/Getty Images).
Radhakrishna N S
British government has uncovered its new plans to lend its support to Indian soldiers who rendered their service for Britain during the two World Wars. UK International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt said that the British government is aims to rectify injustice being faced by war veterans of Commonwealth nations including India as many of the families of the war veterans are currently living in pathetic conditions in their respective countries. “These veterans were cast off, not taken care of and not given pensions and looked after. There are about 8,500 of these individuals and their widows around the world who…
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