HELP the Temiar Natives of Malaysia TODAY!
February 4, 2015
UNITED SIKHS has collaborated with others to deliver to the Temiar tribe 15 tonnes of supplies by air and a further 85 tonnes to additional flood victims by road. We have also treated more than a 1000 Temiar natives who were stranded since the worst–ever Malaysian floods hit Kelantan in December 2014.
Fighting back tears, Humanitarian Aid Coordinator Asia Pacific Rishiwant Singh, said: "The faces of the villagers showed more than relief. When they saw the chopper hovering in the sky above their village, they had a very different look on their faces, almost as they have seen God in the sky to save them.
Relief Team Salvage Guru Granth Sahib Ji's saroop from Flooded Gurdwara!
December 31, 2014
Malaysia, 31st December 2014 - The disastrous flooding in Malaysia has caused havoc amongst the lives of many across the country, in particular the state Kelantan where the Kula Krai Gurdwara was submerged under more than 50ft of water, leaving the Guru Granth Sahib Ji’s Saroop drenched in muddy water.
Malaysia has been hit by one of the worst floods in decades leaving 10 people dead and more than 160,000 people displaced across the country,without food or shelter. The monsoon season brought heavy rain and winds, worsening the condition.