As deadly bushfires continue to ravage Australia, the Sikh community in the country has once again come forward to help the needy. Owners of an Indian restaurant in Australia have been providing free meals to the victims of bushfires, thus spewing the message of humanity.
A Sikh couple is distributing thousands of free meals to victims of the Australian bushfires.
Kamaljit Kaur and Kanwaljit Singh — our first global superheroes of 2020. https://t.co/XiEiMMaY6O— Simran Jeet Singh (@SikhProf) January 2, 2020
Owners of an Indian restaurant in Australia, named Desi Grill, are serving curry rice and pasta to the victims.
Notably, owners, Kanwaljit Singh and his wife Kamaljit Kaur, with the restaurant staff have been working with an NGO to distribute food and contribute to a good cause.
“It’s terrible out there. People are severely affected and they need food and shelter. It’s our duty to serve them when they need us the most,” said Kanwaljit Singh.
Photos of them and other volunteers beside them were shared online and the netizens have been applauding their humanly efforts.
“A huge thank you guys for giving up your time to help others in need. So selfless and kind,” wrote one person.
Australia fires began on November 8 and at the timing of filing this story, has destroyed at least 800,000 hectares of land.
Besides land destruction, the bushfires have also killed 480 million creatures including 8,000 koalas.