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Friday, 1 January 2021

Young ‘sewadars’ help passersby beat biting cold

Sriganganagar, December 31

To perform the ‘milk-biscuit sewa’ launched by Gurdwara Baba Deep Singh Shaheed here, children aged between 10 and 15 years are also becoming a part of the campaign.

Be it 10-year-old Gurman Kaur, Parminder Kaur (12), Japjot (13) or Harmanjot Singh (15), the little sewadars on Saturday joined the service of distributing hot milk and other relief material under an initiative of the gurdwara management.

Whether there is bone-chilling cold or dense fog, the young sewadars not only punctually reach the gurdwara by 4 am daily, they also distribute relief material like milk, biscuits and bread along with other sewadars. Everyone is surprised seeing the enthusiasm, courage and service spirit of the youngsters.

Tejinderpal Singh Timma, chief sewadar of the gurdwara, said the distribution of milk, bread, biscuits and clothes would continue till January 26. The service runs from 4 am to 7 am daily. During this time, hot milk is distributed to passers-by, safai sewaks, rickshaw-pullers and those sleeping on the roadsides. — OC



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