Citizens moving forward to feed the poor – Citizens moving forward to feed the poor

Citizens come forward to feed the poor
Muzaffarnagar. In the midst of the corona epidemic, Mahesh is determined not to starve anyone in the city. Every morning at exactly six o’clock at the train station, they start the langar service and provide food to hundreds of people at the same time.
Mahesh Bathla, who sells ready-made clothing on Sadar Bazar, has emerged as a role model for society during the Corona era. He promises that no one in town should go hungry. A whole team is busy with them from cooking to distributing food. Hundreds of people are expected to be in the Mahakal Langar service after the lockdown in the city. On the platform in the direction of the new Mandi at the train station, the food arrives at half past five in the evening and the people who serve in the food delivery also arrive. Around 250 people dine here together.
On the other hand, Anuradha Bansal, teacher of SD Public School in Langar Seva, prepares and sends 100 rotis daily with her own hands. It has been offering this service continuously for a year. Apart from that, Mahesh’s niece Saloni Kaur, Neha Kaur and her friend Bhavna cook. Mahesh, the organizer of the langar service, says the cost of a meal is around four thousand a day. First of all, we started this ministry with the help of our family and relatives. Now people in society are also cooperating.

Citizens come forward to feed the poor

Muzaffarnagar. In the midst of the corona epidemic, Mahesh is determined not to starve anyone in the city. Every morning at exactly six o’clock at the train station, they start the langar service and provide food to hundreds of people at the same time.

Mahesh Bathla, who sells ready-made clothing on Sadar Bazar, has emerged as a role model for society during the Corona era. He promises that no one in town should go hungry. A whole team is busy with them from cooking to distributing food. Hundreds of people are expected to be in the Mahakal Langar service after the lockdown in the city. On the platform in the direction of the new Mandi at the train station, the food arrives at half past five in the evening and the people who serve in the food delivery also arrive. Around 250 people dine here together.

On the other hand, Anuradha Bansal, teacher of SD Public School in Langar Seva, prepares and sends 100 rotis daily with her own hands. It has been offering this service continuously for a year. Apart from that, Mahesh’s niece Saloni Kaur, Neha Kaur and her friend Bhavna cook. Mahesh, the organizer of the langar service, says the cost of a meal is around four thousand a day. First of all, we started this ministry with the help of our family and relatives. Now people in society are also cooperating.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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