DSGMC launches ‘Langar on Wheels’ service for poor people of Delhi

NEW DELHI, India—After feeding more than seven million needy people in Delhi during the four phases of lockdown, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee has launched a special service named ‘Langar on Wheels’ for poor people of Delhi. 

Sharing the development with media, DSGMC president Manjinder Singh Sirsa informed that the DSGMC has been apprised that the Delhi government and NGOs have stopped supply of food and water to extremely poor people after the announcement of Unlock Phase-1’s beginning.

“We have deployed 14 trucks to supply fresh, nutritious and hygienic food, water etc. to the poor people living in the slum area, labor habitation, bus stands, railway stations, rain shelters and roadsides,” he added.

It is learnt that the DSGMC supplied food to the poor people at around 15 places in Delhi. 

Langar on Wheels

Posted by Manjinder Singh Sirsa on Sunday, May 31, 2020

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  1. Kadi apne v bachche dekh lo janaab. Never heard of any serious contribution by DSGMC for Widow colony residents, for children of 84 genocide victims.

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