New Delhi: They are it again. Doing what they do best – helping the needy, feeding the hungry.
Members of Khalsa Aid, an international non-profit humanitarian organisation, is in the news once again for their act of kindness. This time, feeding those displaced in Ukraine.
A video posted by Ravinder Singh, the CEO and founder of Khalsa Aid, shows volunteers serving food to those who are fleeing war-torn eastern Ukraine on trains. In the short clip, volunteers can be heard speaking in Punjabi as they serve Indian food to those trying to escape the violence.
While sharing the video, Ravinder Singh tweeted, “#Ukraine: Guru Ka Langar on a train. These guys were fortunate to get on this train which is travelling east of Ukraine to the west (to the Polish border). Hardeep Singh has been providing Langar assistance to many students from different countries. What a guy #UkraineRussia”.
The video has so far been viewed over 1.3 lakh times and has amassed thousands of views.