Khalsa Aid has been nominated for the Nobel Peace prize 

Khalsa Aid Nominated For The Nobel Peace Prize For Their Selfless Humanitarian Work:

The UK based international NGO Khalsa Aid has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by members of the Canadian Parliament. Canadian MP Tim Uppal, Mayor of Brampton Patrick Brown, and the MPP for Brampton South Prabmeet Singh Sarkaria submitted the official nomination for Khalsa Aid, stating that Khalsa Aid recognized the Sikh principle of recognizing the entire human race as one. 

The organization was founded in 1999 and they never failed to help. They have lent relief support during the 2016 London floods, the 2018 Kerala floods, the 2020 Beirut Explosion, set up relief camps for Rohingyas at the Bangladesh-Myanmar border during 2017, and offered aid across the globe, during various humanitarian crises. 


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Khalsa Aid CEO Ravi Singh expressed his gratitude on social media for being nominated: 

Many people congratulated Khalsa Aid for the nomination, and supported the decision: 

Khalsa Aid also lent its support to the farmers’ protest in India