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Khalsa Aid Again Restoring Humanity: Kashmiri’s Thanks Them For Helping

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Nanak Naam Chardi Kala, Tere Bhane Sarbat Da Bhala” – The final line in Sikh Aradas or prayer — inquires prosperity and peace for all humankind. In the last few days, many Sikhs of North India have embarked on this concept with the help of Kashmiri Muslims who were trying to avoid cautious soldiers after the Pulwama attack on 14th February.

International humanitarian organization Khalsa Aid, local gurudwaras and lots of individual Sikhs gave safety, food and shelter to stranded Kashmiris and helped them attain their homes in Kashmir.

Many Kashmiris – who were stranded, as well as journalists and political leaders – expressed their love for helping Sikh community in this difficult time to help Khalsa support. As a symbol of their gratitude, the Kashmiris have now offered all types of free services for the Sikhs – from free medical treatment and education to snow-bike riders in Gulmarg.

A animation by Greater Kashmir cartoonist Suhail Naqshbandi, that depicted a Sikh providing a helping hand to a drowning Kashmiri, went viral about social websites.

The animation was shared with former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Ministers Mehbooba Mufti of this People’s Democratic Party along with Omar Abdullah of the National Conference.

But, Khalsa Aid CEO Ravinder Singh Adjusted Abdullah for Providing Charge to Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and Stated that the initiative Had Been Obtained by gurudwaras.

Srinagar-based restaurant owner Javid Parsa, who offered to assist the stranded students, recounted his experience in a gurdwara at Chandigarh.

He composed on Twitter the kindness revealed by Sikhs,”mended my heart, revived my faith in humankind”.

Talking to a local station, Saqib, a stranded Kashmiri pupil stated he was treated as a alien but Sikhs forced him feel that there is somebody who Kashmiris could call their very own in India.



BUT NOW BECAUSE OF THEM (SIKHS) WE FEEL THAT WE HAVE SOMEONE IN THIS COUNTRY WHO WE CAN CALL OUR OWN”


Saqib, stranded Kashmiri student

Some Kashmiris recognized how local Sikhs stood guard outside universities and schools to stop vigilante mobs from penetrating and offered help to Kashmiri students separately.

Several other Kashmiris took to Twitter to thank Sikhs to their aid.

1 Kashmiri journalist put a picture of Guru Nanak as a mark of respect for Sikh individuals as well as the Sikh religion

Sikhs Facing Threats and Abuse

Sikhs Facing Risks and Abuse On the other hand, the aid supplied by Sikhs to Kashmiris has angered right-wing trolls, who started abusing the neighborhood.
A number of those hate comments included”Sikhs are harbouring Jihadis in their gurdwaras” and”they’re feeding milk into snakes”. What is more upsetting, some have threatened to strike Sikhs.

What is more upsetting, some have threatened to strike Sikhs.



“PEOPLE EVEN SAID THAT SUCH GURUDWARAS WHICH ARE HELPING KASHMIRI’S NEED TO INDENTIFY AND SET THEM ON FIRE”


ANOTHER THREATENED THAT “SIKHS Will Need to PAY A PRICE” FOR HELPING OUT KASHMIRI’S.

 

 

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