Written by Divya Goyal | Ludhiana | Updated: September 14, 2017 4:54 pm
Three days after Sikh volunteers from Khalsa Aid (India) arrived in Bangladesh-Myanmar border to begin relief work for Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar, they finally got the go ahead from the Bangladesh government to start the Guru ka langar (community kitchen preparing and serving fresh hot meals) on Thursday.
The Khalsa Aid team, which is camping in the border town of Teknaf, told The Indian Express that the Bangladesh government finally gave all the clearances and permissions required to serve meals to the refugees. The team was initially distributing packed food items and water to the refugees.
The Khalsa Aid team, which is camping in the border town of Teknaf said that the Bangladesh government finally gave all the clearances and permissions required to serve meals to the refugees
On Thursday, the langar sewa …
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