Khalsa Aid, JKSA Distributed Stock, Groceries, Money among Hundrends of Kashmiri Students in Dehradun


Khalsa Aid and J&K Students Association, a body of Kashmiri Students here on today jointly distributed Stock, Groceries and Money among hundrends of Kashmiri Students in Dehradun.

Spokesperson of Association, Nasir Khuehami said, We are in touch with Kashmiri students, “We in Collabration with Khalsa Aid providing them all necessary assistance. we distributed Stock, money, packets each containing around 5Kg of rice and flour along with sugar, cooking oil, salt and some basic spices among hundrends of stuudents from past three days. we also distributed essential commodities among the students,” he said.

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He said that, Everyone here is facing monetary problems after restrictions were imposed Since 5th august, Students are not able to pay my room rent and are running out of money anf stock. In order to ease their hardships, we joined hands with Khalsa Aid who are providing Stock, Essential Commodities 18kg per students and association is providing money among needy students.

Administrator Khalsa Aid, Gurpreet Singh said, “We received many requests from students for help and we provided them with essential items. If students are facing monetary issues they can contact us for help, he said.

Meanwhile Spokesperson said that, Humanity stems from heart, and Khalsa Aid proved it yet again, Humanity comes above all, Moving beyond communal differences, everybody should choose to help people in need & distress. He said that Abiding by the same philosophy, the Khalsa Aid is reaching out to the Kashmiri students in trouble and offfering every support.

He thanked team Khalsa Aid, including Amarpreet Singh, Nazia Dhanju, Gurpeet Singh for their Every Possible Support, added that We’ll never forget your kindness. He said that Khalsa Aid have been tirelessly providing all sorts of help to Kashmiris students in distress. He said that, Such acts of kindness keeps unity & harmony intact. There is no higher religion than human service. To work for the common good is the greatest creed, he added.


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