In an era of ownerships where humanity has lost the essence of serving others, the Sikh community of Assam stands as an example in these ghastly flooding twenty-four-hours.
A gurudwara in the district of Dhubri has opened doors for the flood victims. The town is overpopulated not with people or animals but water living no barren land for the residents to dot their feet. The town has seen severe flooding after 1988 with houses floating in the water since then.
The Gurudwara has taken the responsibility of serving mankind during the time of crisis by giving food, shelter to the flood victims. The Northeast Now has reported stating that the holy place has successfully been able to give shelter to their fellow people along with the families of politicians.
“We are providing free food to each and every person who has taken shelter in the gurudwara round the clock. Apart from that, the Guru Ka Langar has been opened for all flood-affected people who have taken shelter in different schools and high lands,” Gurbinder Singh, manager of Dhubri Gurudwara told Northeast Now.
Nearly 2000 to 3000 people have been given shelter and free food daily by the gurdwara. The local people have extended their support towards the gurdwara management authority.