As the rehabilitation efforts continue in flood-hit Kerala, Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda has now stepped up for the cause. Hooda, on Wednesday, started volunteering with Khalsa Aid in Kochi to serve langar (free food) to victims who are staying at relief camps.
The UK-based Sikh charity group, renowned for their humanitarian work during disasters landed in Kerala last week to help flood victims. The group collaborated with Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha in Kochi and have set up their community kitchen. They have been cooking & serving hot meals to everyone who is in need three times a day.
Meanwhile, Kerala is gradually going back to normalcy and people are now heading back to their homes. The state government has appealed people to ensure that the flood-hit houses are being adequately sanitised and disinfected.