Australia bushfires: As the bushfires continue to rage in Australia, a group of Sikh volunteers and the owners of an Indian restaurant helped to provide free food to victims of bushfires. They are being praised for their good work. The owners of Desi Grill Bairnsdale in East Gippsland, Victoria, are providing very basic necessity for free to firefighters and the victims.
The Sikh couple who owns the restaurant took the initiative to serve the community by providing free food to the people. Kamaldeep Singh who works with a Melbourne based not-for-profit organisation called Sikh Volunteers Australia is distributing free food to the victims.
The official account of Sikh Volunteers Australia shared the picture and wrote: “Food van will be here in Bairnsdale Oval relief centre from breakfast to dinner. Thank you to Kamaldeep Singh from Desi Grill restaurant for helping us to buy groceries and giving us space in his restaurant to make food for bushfire effected people.????”
Kamaldeep Singh said that “It’s terrible out there. People are affected and they need food and shelter. We are serving them when they need us the most. The last night was very busy. We helped the volunteers with cooking rice, curries and pasta and the distributed the food in at least 500 takeaway containers.”