Sikh community around the world has been always upfront to help the people in need when the situation worsens. As the pandemic takes a toll on the world, the community hasn’t shaken a bit to help the people in need.
Reportedly, the community has been feeding Muslim brothers in Darwin, Australia to break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan. Darwin’s Tejinder Pal Singh, known for his Sikh Family Food Van project, has also been helping the city’s Muslims break their fast during the Islamic month of Ramadan.
Our #SikhCommunity food charity in Darwin (Australia) helps Muslim community members to break their fast during #Ramadan in ‘drive-through, takeaway Iftar’. I am proud of my Sikh community that gives a loud message of equality and multiculturism in Australia. All this, while pic.twitter.com/JicGyvqgiZ
— Karamjot Kaur (@KaramjotKaur15) May 10, 2020
Going by the reports published in leading portals, he served with 400 food packets on May 1 at Darwin Mosque at Wanguri.
This is a drive – through takeaway for the people, to avoid crowd and maintain the social distancing norm during the tough time.
We really hope that the situation eases with time and things get better for the world. Meanwhile, stay home and stay safe during this tough time.