The nation has witnessed a heavy monsoon this year, and so the cities have sulked in due to floods in their regions. While Punjab is facing its worst floods in decades, Maharashtra and Rajasthan are also drowning.
Punjabi singer Mika Singh has also come up to donate Rs 25 Lakh to Khalsa Aid flood relief for Punjab, Maharashtra and Rajasthan. Besides, he is also willing to give all the money he is going to get from his upcoming show in Washington DC for the same cause.
Founder of Khalsa Aid shared Mika’s video on his Twitter account to thank him for his generous efforts.
@MikaSingh pledges 25 Lakh rupees to the Khalsa Aid Floods Relief For Panjab & Maharashtra !
— ravinder singh (@RaviSinghKA) August 29, 2019
Meanwhile, the volunteers of Khalsa Aid have already reached the flood affected regions to help the victims. Punjabi superstars like Tarsem Jassar, Himanshi Khurana, and Kulbir Jhinjhar among others have come forward to support the victims of Punjab floods. Punjabi superstar Gippy Grewal also recently donated Rs 7 Lakh to Khalsa Aid for Punjab flood victims.
— Rajvir Chohan (@ChohanRajvir) August 28, 2019
Khalsa Aid delivery of animal feed in the floods affected areas of Panjab.
So much more to do. ….
— Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) August 27, 2019
The relief effort continues in the floods affected areas !
We have over 200 volunteers active on the ground.
— Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) August 25, 2019
Panjab Floods: RESPECT
7 Lac Rupees donated by @GippyGrewal for the Khalsa Aid Panjab Floods relief !
Thank you Gippy for this generous show of support for the people of Panjab. Putt Panjab da … @khalsaaid_india @amarpreet_ka #PanjabFloods pic.twitter.com/VSKaG7vFDN
— ravinder singh (@RaviSinghKA) August 24, 2019
The team of Khalsa Aid has always come forward to give relief to the mankind at the time of any disaster or conflict. From Kerala floods to Odisha cyclone, the team has provided to the victims every time.
Besides, star couple Genelia and Ritiesh Deshmukh has also recently donated Rs 25 Lakh towards Chief Minister Relief Fund for Maharashtra floods.