Subang Jaya gurdwara prepares food for the needy during MCO period

Amanjeet said that their target groups are the “elderly and disabled who are unable to buy themselves meals.”

PETALING JAYA, March 23 — A Sikh Gurdwara in SS13, Subang Jaya has opened its doors to the needy communities, by preparing healthy meals during the two-week restricted movement order (MCO).

According to a Facebook post by SJ Echo, devotees run the food preparation of meals and deliver them to the needy communities from all races within Subang Jaya and Petaling Jaya...

...Coordinator of this food initiative programme Amanjeet Singh told Malay Mail that this initiative sprang into action because of a youngster who told the gurdwara members about helping the needy communities.

“The committee then set-up this initiative, more volunteers came into the scene, and we began receiving an overwhelming response of food orders from members of the community.

“For today, we received 62 orders and that's the highest number since this initiative was launched last Saturday.”

Amanjeet said that their target groups are the “elderly and disabled who are unable to buy themselves meals.”

He also said that the food is cooked by three chefs in the kitchen which consists of a lunch meal — chapati, rice, a vegetable dish and dhal.

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