Hats off to Khalsa Aid who joins relief operation in flood-hit Kerala

NEW DELHI: As Kerala battles its worst flood in nearly a century, Khalsa Aid International have come together to the rescue of flood-hit victims.
The UK-based non-profit aid and relief organization have set up a community kitchen in Kochi and are cooking meals to feed food to over 3,000 people. Amarpreet Singh, Asia Pacific managing director of Khalsa Aid told Indian Express:

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Photos shared on social media platform went viral online garnering heaps of praise for their efforts.
Known for its philanthropic work at ground-zero, Khalsa Aid not only helping the victims in Kerala but also carried out a dedicated rescue operation in Syria or helped the refugees fleeing Myanmar or orphans in Haiti.

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