Sikh Community offers free food to Odisha cyclone victims, hats off to them

When Odisha faced a terrible experience due to Cyclone Fani, the state saw real heroes emerge as saviours for the victims, thanks to Sikh community once again!

At the need of an hour, the selfless people came forward to help those affected by Cyclone Fani.

Khalsa Aid International, a UK-based non-profit aid and relief organization, well known for their humanitarian work helped the people during tough situation.

With help from local gurudwaras, the volunteers organised langar and are providing free food to people in Puri, Odisha.

Khalsa Aid always hit the headlines for all the right reasons and this time, they got a massive appreciation for their work on social media.

At least 34 people, including 21 from Puri district, have so far lost their lives due to the cyclone. Cyclone Fani struck the coastal state on Friday causing total destruction in several parts of the state.

Roughly around 1.08 crore people in 14,835 villages spread across 11 districts have been affected by the cyclone. Over 13.41 lakh people had been evacuated ahead of the severe cyclonic storm on May 3.

The massive impact of Cyclone Fani was witnessed when thousands of trees and electric poles have been uprooted by force in the coastal districts. It was in Puri where the cyclone made landfall and parts of Khurdha are affected by the cyclonic storm.