Sikhs Sanitize 500 Places of Worship in Major Act of Communal Harmony

United Sikhs charity committed a major act of communal harmony when the Sikh charity group sanitized the Jama Masjid Mosque in New Delhi ahead of Ramadan.

The Sikh group is about to take on a major task of sanitizing hundreds of places of worship ahead of the June 8th reopening of mosques, churches, and temples by the govt. As the lock down begins to be eased in India, Sikhs have shifted gears to sanitize places that are visited more often.

The other known places the United Sikhs have sanitized include Sri Darbar Sahib Amritsar. Immediately after the cornavirus hit India, over 500 places of worship were sanitized across ten states.

Initially, the United Sikhs provided hand sanitizer and PPE kits to people in quarantine centers and than shifted focus to places of worship.

United Sikhs works across the world by providing aid to disaster struck areas.

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