Fire affects 3 homes of Sikh families in Serdang

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| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 17 Nov 2015 | Asia Samachar |
Three Sikh families affected in a fire incident in Seri Kembangan, Kuala Lumpur, on 15 Nov 2015. a Malaysian Punjabi business chamber president DAljit Singh (top insert) and parliamentarian Gobind Singh Deo (bottom photo) visited the victims separately. - ASIA SAMACHAR
Three Sikh families affected in a fire incident in Seri Kembangan, Kuala Lumpur, on 15 Nov 2015. a Malaysian Punjabi business chamber president DAljit Singh (top insert) and parliamentarian Gobind Singh Deo (bottom photo) visited the victims separately. – ASIA SAMACHAR

The Sikh families living in three houses involved in a fire incident on 15 Nov in Serdang, Selangor, have received some cash and assistance in kind.

Member of Parliament for Puchong Gobind Singh Deo had visited the families on the night of the incident and gave each family a cash assistance RM500 each.

Malaysian Punjabi Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MPCCI) president Daljit Singh had also paid them a visit and gave a cash assistance of RM1,000 to each of the families.

The fire victims had also received some assistance from the Sikhs in the area and the Sikh Welfare Society Malaysia.

One of the three houses was completely destroyed in the fire. A well-wisher had pledged to provide the family a temporary shelter.

Well wishers who want to assist further can contact Jagtar Singh Taree (012.6474404) or Boghar Singh from Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (016.2187772). Both of them had visited the victims this morning.

 

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1 COMMENT

  1. My sympathy goes to these families who have lost their homes.

    Can someone be so kind as to give some explanation pls.

    Were these wooden homes?How many bedrooms each?Can new homes be built in the same spot?Or will these families need to be relocated.What is the income range of each family?

    There is a charity that may be able to help rebuild these homes.TY.

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