Mumbai rains: Gurudwaras reach out to tourists, stranded Mumbaikars
As Mumbai battles the heaviest rainfall since 2005, countless people have been cut off from their loved ones due to inconveniences. Mumbaikars day-to-day life has gone for a toss because of longer train journeys than usual, unavailability of trians, cancellations of transport services and some dysfunctional mobile networks.
In such hours of distress, Sikh Gurudwaras have opened their doors for the needy people. Since Tuesday, Sikh brethren of the commercial capital are posting on social media about the help available in Gurudwaras.
In once such incidence, a French family took shelter at a Sikh Gurudwara on Tuesday in Mumbai. The family was going to Aurangabad since their train got cancelled they went to the Gurudwara in Dadar.
Mumbai based hotelier, Harinder Kukreja has pinned a tweet on on his twitter account to spread a word about food/shelter at Gurudwaras.
'Gurudwaras in Mumbai are open to serve FREE food/shelter to ANYONE stuck in #MumbaiRains,' he tweeted.
The Dadar Sikh Gurudwara served food and provided shelter all night to Mumbaikars. They also sent food to Dadar railway station and Tata Hospital.