#JatReservation Riots: Khalsa Aid Comes To The Rescue Of People Stranded In Panipat

The Logical Indian

February 22nd, 2016

Source: Khalsa Aid

The Jat agitation is going on for last 10 days and the amount of damage it has done is unrecoverable. 10 people have been killed and property of more than Rs. 20,000 crores got burned.

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In the protest, national highways were blocked and it left many stranded on the road without food and water. Khalsa Aid’s volunteers came to help those who were stranded in Panipat.

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Khalsa Aid & local volunteers joined hands to serve water.

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We request to those who are part of protest to maintain peace and at the same time, we appreciate Khalsa Aid for helping people out there.

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