Many on social media have been lamenting that the recent #ChennaiFloods have been one of the most under-reported calamities in the Indian subcontinent to hit our newsfeeds. We can argue all we want about why Chennai keeps going under or we can be like this policeman who b raved the floods to make sure the city’s traffic didn't go down the drains. Pun intended.
Fortunately, Khalsa Aid , a non-profit organisation, decided to take up the action-oriented approach and came forward to help out the people stuck in the city. These are the same Sikhs who s erve langar to refugees all over the world and are often mistaken for ISIS.
Chennai ( India) Floods Relief:Khalsa Aid volunteers led by Pawanpreet Kaur have been providing Fruit,Bread &...Posted by Khalsa Aid on Sunday, 22 November 2015
CHENNAI FLOODS: Our wonderful volunteers providing much needed emergency floods relief in Chennai, India. pic.twitter.com/0mL14pkQUN— Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) November 22, 2015
Chennai might be submerged underwater, but the city's spirit can't be drowned. Here's to more such helping hands opening up their hearts to the situation.