Webtree - Hosting Fight Against Terrorism

New Delhi, India (PressExposure) January 09, 2009 -- As an Indian and a country as a whole we have had our share of barbaric and brutal terrorist attacks. The recent terror attack in Mumbai was something first of its kind given the scale of devastation and casualties. As a nation we went through a trauma that perhaps no Indian can ever come out of.

It left the entire nation reeling in desolation and deep grief. There was anger amongst people and each and everyone joined hand to fight against terror. While most of them contributed in their own little way, Webtree has decided to take a step forward.

Webtree has started a movement to continue the fight for a worthwhile cause. Webtree has planned to contribute 2% of its earning from each registration to the National Defence Fund (NDF). This activity will be carried out till 15th August 2009. The amount collected would then be deposited to the Prime Minister’s National Defence Fund.

"We at Webtree believe that people have not had their opportunity to contribute wilfully for this noble cause. Therefore, this small yet effective step has been taken" Says the CEO of the company.

"Do people need any other reason to make a contribution? This is the time to unite and fight terror by joining hands and no Indian can be left behind" says Khem Raj, another key official.

After all we can not thank our security forces enough for laying down their lives so that we feel protected. This time it is our chance to show a little more respect to our security personnel’s and their dependents.

Feel proud to be an Indian and let’s together take the pledge to turn down terror on its face.

For more information, contact us at webmaster@webtree.in or visit our website http://www.webtree.in/ or contact us at +91-9311235656

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Press Release Submitted On: January 07, 2009 at 7:12 am
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