Guru Nanak Asra 550: UK-based charity opens home for destitute
| Sunday | 17th November, 2019
Tribune News ServiceJalandhar, November 16UK-based charitable organisation Midland Langar Sewa Society (MLSS) today opened its multi-purpose building for providing free accommodation to underprivileged sections.
The building at Gurdwara Akal Bunga Sahib, Subhana, under the project, Guru Nanak Asra 550, has a capacity of accommodating over 220 orphans and destitute belonging to all age groups.
To mark the 550th Parkash Purb celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev, CEO of the society Randhir Singh said they had launched the project as a franchise of the MLSS in the state.
Baba Fauja Singh, Gurmail Singh, Vishal Singh and Jora Singh will manage the affairs of the project in the state,” said Randhir.
For medical treatment of the beneficiaries residing in the building, retired medical experts would visit the country and hire teams for 24-hour medical assistance.
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