Ravinder Singh Khalsa, British Indian Sikh humanitarian and Founder-CEO of the international non-profit aid and relief organization Khalsa Aid has come out to share the unfortunate news of his crashed kidneys. In one of the posts on his social media, he tweeted, “Over the last 2 years both of my Kidneys have crashed. It’s become a struggle to get around daily. My first operation is today to set up Dialysis and hopefully eventually a transplant depending on a suitable Donor. We are all on a journey, this is mine”.
He has been an active supporter in the farmer’s support. His organisation Khalsa Aid had also provided the demonstrators with shelter home, footwear, bathing, hygiene kits, fogging fire extinguishers, portable washrooms and toilets and many more. Khalsa Aid India has been working under the leadership of Amarpreet Singh. Operational since 2013, it has not only been responding in the aftermath of disasters and conflicts across India, but has also carried out relief operations in Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka. Also Read: Film Certification Appellate Tribunal Abolished, Filmmakers Criticize The Decision