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Meet Delhi ‘Bhaijaans’ who helped Kashmiri sisters return home

Meet Delhi ‘Bhaijaans’ who helped Kashmiri sisters return home
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New Delhi: Although Article 370 has been scrapped off in Kashmir, many good Indians are now coming forward to help the needy proving there is so much more to India than meets the eye.

Events in the past, over the years, have been striving hard to make it a point to the minority community that India, as it may seem is not so secular and more inclined towards making the country a Hindu nation.

But the nation still has many kind citizens who would help still come forward to lend a helping hand despite all the nasty comments made on them or the minority community.

Meet Harmindar, Armeet and Baljeet Singh- three men from Delhi who have come forward to help 32 Kashmiri girls stuck in Pune to return to their home town.

While others were busy posting dirty, nasty comments related to Kashmiri girls ever since Article  370 has been revoked, these good Samaritans made sure to post their numbers online for any Kashmiri in need.

Not only these men won accolades for their kind nature to shell out approximately 2 lakh rupees through crowd funding, but they also made sure to drop these girls safely at their door steps.

Not only these men, but the Army in Kashmir too has helped people with their issues.

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