There’s no doubt that the entire world was shaken this week by the horrifying scenes of Russia invading Ukraine. From citizens hiding in bunkers to people left stranded on borders, the grim situation has left the world shocked.
Amid the deteriorating situation in the war-torn nation, Khalsa Aid has once again stepped in to help people in dire need.
A number of students, who were sleeping in the open or in bomb shelters without proper meals and water for the past few days, received fresh meals for free. Known for their philanthropy services, Sikh volunteers have been helping a number of stranded students with free langar in the country.
The founder of Khalsa Aid, Ravinder Singh took to his social media account and wrote how their volunteers have been providing free langar and assistance to several students from different countries.
#Ukraine: Guru Ka Langar on a train— ravinder singh (@RaviSinghKA) February 25, 2022
These guys were fortunate to get on this train which is travelling east of Ukraine to the west (to Polish border )
Hardeep Singh has been providing Langar and assistance to many students from different countries.What a guy#UkraineRussia pic.twitter.com/CyWZnWVePz
Khalsa Aid also took to social media to inform of how the organization is trying to help in the current situation.
Here’s what the people think of their selfless act:
Proud of you & your entire community. You guys never fail in providing food or shelter no matter where and how difficult the circumstance are. Alhamdo Lillah. Stay blessed— Adam Rizvi (@adamrizvi) February 28, 2022
Kudos to the Sikhs for their selfless act to provide quality food with respect and dignity, and no questions asked. Hats off to them. Very honorable acts of Sikhs all across the world. No caste, no gender, no religion, only humanity. If we all follow the same, peace prevail— Alok Vaid (@AlokVaid1) February 26, 2022
You guys & gals are amazing! 🙏🏾❤️— Rupinder Hardy (@rupinder_hardy) February 25, 2022
Aap world k kissi bhi kone me chale jao ek sikh banda apko kahi na kahi se khana khilane jrur ajayega kissi bhi apadha me— Piku🗯️🇺🇦🇮🇳 (@risingsurbhi) February 26, 2022
Ye mene dekha hai 🙏🏽🙏🏽
Wahe Guru Mehr Karey🙏🏽
S Hardeep Singh ji I do not know who are you ,but you are angel for these, people, help them, you will be blessed, these people are doctors engineers of future , will serve the humanity, help them, God bless you.— Baljit singh (@Baljits80874796) February 26, 2022
This is not the first time that this international non-profit humanitarian organization provided immense support to victims in need around the world. From free food and shelter to health services, the organisation has been serving those in need during floods, wars, earthquakes and protests.