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Pulwama attack anniversary: Anyone can help families of martyred soldiers through `Veer App`, decides Home Ministry

Zee News Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
The app has been developed to show the financial benefits provided to the families of martyrs and it will also show other kinds of help provided to their families. 
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