SHILLONG, INDIA – The UNITED SIKHS legal team arrived on ground zero, joined by Harsharan Kaur, the first female turbaned news anchor in the world, to further help facilitate partnerships within the community. Curfew remains imposed in the evenings, and internet services are not yet fully restored.
According to press note released by United Sikhs “We are elated to welcome our legal team to Shillong, as we continue to provide aid to residents of all faiths,” said Amandeep Singh, UNITED SIKHS Humanitarian Relief Coordinator. “As people are still getting back to their daily lives, we continue to provide food, water, bedding and fire extinguishers. Life comes to a standstill in the evening, due to the ongoing curfew, so our team makes the most of our daylight hours distributing aid. We thank all of our supporters for contributing to these humanitarian efforts.
Accompanied by Gurudwara Nanak Darbar Member Tejinder Singh, UNITED SIKHS met with East Khasi Hills Deputy Commissioner P S Dkhar, Superintendent Davis N.R. Marak and the personal assistant to Director General of Police (DGP) S B Singh.