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Khalsa Aid Volunteers Are Serving 'Langar' In Cyclone-Hit Odisha & Winning Hearts On The Internet

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Cyclone 'Fani' is one of the biggest disasters that has struck the state of Odisha. More than 10 lakh people have suffered the consequences of the damage caused by the cyclone as locals are desperately trying to get back to a state of normalcy.

Khalsa Aid Is Serving 'Langar' In Cyclone-Hit Odisha© Twitter

In times of need, one set of good Samaritans who are omnipresent at the time of need are the Khalsa Aid volunteers. The organisation always extends help in every way across the globe and this time yet again, they are in Odisha to help people get clean water and food. 

The volunteers have tied up with the local gurudwaras and have been preparing 'langar' for everyone there.

East India Cyclone : @Khalsa_Aid team is in Puri to provide aid to the victims of Cyclone Fani.
We will set up a community kitchen (Langar) for the displaced victims of the cyclone.
Stay tuned for more updates. #cyclonefani #volunteers #disaster #khalsaaid @RaviSinghKA pic.twitter.com/iRW5WZqLuk

— Khalsa Aid India (@khalsaaid_india) May 6, 2019

Cyclone Fani (Odisha): @Khalsa_Aid team is in Puri preparing fresh hot meals for the victims of cyclone Fani. The local Gurudwara Sahib along with local volunteers are assisting our team in the preparations. #khalsaaid #sewa #Odisha #cyclonefani @AkbaruddinIndia @arrahman pic.twitter.com/YIL5ocqW8e

— Amarpreet Singh (@amarpreet1313) May 6, 2019

Needless to say, people on the internet are full of praises for these heroes.

Weldone Khalsa Aid . Where there is a disaster, Khalsa Aid puts its efforts to their level best to reach there to render help. Keep it up .ð

— Col Beant Singh(Rtd)à¨à¨°à¨¨à¨² ਬà©à¨à©°à¨¤ ਸਿੰà¨(ਰਿà¨à¨¾:) (@colbeant) May 6, 2019

Here they come, our super heroes Bole so nihaal sat shri akal ððð

— Gurvinder Singh‏ ‏گرÙÙدر سÙÚ¯Ú¾ (@iofficialguri) May 6, 2019

Even last year, during the Kerala floods, the heroes of this non-profit organisation were present there to ensure that they did their bit. Humanity is still alive in this world, and it's people with hearts like theirs, who teach you to try and live selflessly.

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