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Meet Selfless Sikh Taxi Driver From Australia Who Cooks & Distribute 30 KG of Free Food to Homeless and Needy After His 12 hours Night Shift

Meet Selfless Sikh Taxi  Driver From  Australia  Who Cooks  & Distribute  30 KG of  Free Food to Homeless  and Needy After His  12 hours  Night Shift



  • Tejinder Pal Singh is a Darwin taxi driver that loves to help the needy 
  • On the last Sunday of each month, Tejinder and his son Navdeep cook for five hours, and then serve delicious free Indian cuisine to the struggling locals
  • One thankful man said, ‘He love people, he love Aboriginal people … like God’
  • Mr Singh ignores compliments and attributes his generosity to his Sikh faith
Tejinder Singh and his selfless family are dedicated to serving the less fortunate in their community

Tejinder Singh and his selfless family are dedicated to serving the less fortunate in their community

A Sikh migrant taxi driver who cooks up 30 kilograms of authentic Indian cuisine to feed the homeless after his 12 hour night shift is being hailed ‘Australian of The Day’.

For the past three years, Tejinder Pal Singh has dedicated the last Sunday of the month to feeding the poor and needy locals of northern Darwin, using what little money he can save.

Following a grueling twelve hour night shift, he slaves away in his kitchen for five hours to prepare a veritable feast of chickpeas, rice and vegetarian curry – which he then packs into huge containers and serves as a free lunch.

The father of two shrugs off compliments and simply says, ‘I do something for homeless people, so they get more energy so they’re happy‘, in an interview with Channel 9.

It’s hard to believe that a racist tirade of abuse from a cab fare in 2012 inspired the humble man to start up the service, in a hope to break down the negative prejudice associated with turbans in the area.

Mr Singh attributes a deep faith to his generosity, saying, ‘My religion says 10% of income goes toward needy and poor people – no matter (whether) they belong to your religion or any religion.’

 




The sacrificial nature has flowed through to his son, Navdeep, who described his father as a kind-hearted, helpful person, reported the ABC.

‘I help my dad pour cordial for people who are thirsty, they deserve a cold drink … it’s a really hot day’, Navdeep says, following his fathers footsteps.

And the thirsty and hungry come flocking when they see his van, decorated with the sign, ‘Free Indian food for hungry and needy people, Provide Sikh family.’

One indigenous man was over the moon with the hearty feast, proclaiming, ‘Here in Darwin – we eating Indian food. He help us, every people in Darwin.’

He love people, he loves Aboriginal people. He give them feed and love, like God,‘ he continued, thankful for the plate of food with no questions asked.

But Mr Singh has no interest in prying in the lives of those he serves. ‘I don’t ask any story, you know, I don’t want to interfere any life – my duty (is) only (to) give food to hungry people‘, he says.

Mr Singh’s advice for those inspired by his acts of service?: ‘I had no sleep, (it’s) really very hard. If you want to do something for society – you need to work hard.’

Mr Singh spends five hours cooking an Indian feast of rice, chickpeas and vegetarian curry

Mr Singh spends five hours cooking an Indian feast of rice, chickpeas and vegetarian curry

 

 'I do something for homeless people, so they get more energy so they're happy', said Mr Singh

‘I do something for homeless people, so they get more energy so they’re happy’, said Mr Singh

'I help my dad pour cordial for people who are thirsty, they deserve a cold drink ... it's a really hot day', Tejinders son, Navdeep, says

‘I help my dad pour cordial for people who are thirsty, they deserve a cold drink … it’s a really hot day’, Tejinders son, Navdeep, says

 

 

Indigenous Australians in the northern Darwin region are thankful for Mr Singh and his generosity

Indigenous Australians in the northern Darwin region are thankful for Mr Singh and his generosity

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One Response to "Meet Selfless Sikh Taxi Driver From Australia Who Cooks & Distribute 30 KG of Free Food to Homeless and Needy After His 12 hours Night Shift"

  1. Dhiraj Ladhani  August 14, 2016 at 7:45 pm

    That is our rab ,that is our riligian,hum he hai us satnami ke aanse…….

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