Social Education Voluntary Association (SEVA) Trust UK organised a meeting at Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara (Sikh Temple), Kempston on Sunday 01 Sept. It was attended by the SEVA Trustees, Temple Management committee members and Bharpur Gill, Aid Coordinator for Khalsa Aid International who gave up update on the continuing rescue and recovery operations being led by the UK based international charity Khalsa Aid in Punjab, India.
A cheque of £1000 was presented to Bharpur Gill by SEVA Trust. Thanking the attendees, Bharpur said ‘The whole region has been left devastated by the recent severe floods, with over 300 villages being directly affected and are now in need of emergency aid. Khalsa Aid International has established a team of rescue specialists in the region to provide emergency aid and assistance to the victims of the disaster. It’s a great effort by Bedford communities to support Khalsa Aid who have been instrumental in leading humanitarian efforts globally with huge support by all communities’.