The society will continue to support them till the lockdown period. “In this hour of need, we act as responsible institutions. The gurdwara committee has also offered “langars” to the poor and destitutes in the city,” president of Gurdwara Saheb Secunderabad S Baldev Singh Bagga said. Gurdwaras in Hyderabad such as Gurdwara Saheb Secunderabad, Gurdwara Guru Singh Sabha, Afzalgunj, Central Gurdwara Saheb Gowliguda, Gurdwara Saheb Barambala, Maharaja Ranjeet Singh Nagar, Sikh Chawni and others continue to serve langars to the people of all walks of life in the afternoon despite the lockdown.Also, food packets are being prepared by the sewadars (Sikh volunteers) and the same along with water bottles are being distributed to the needy at government hospitals, railway stations, old-age homes and shelter homes. “The sewadars have been given gloves, masks and sanitisers, and all of them are following the highest standards of hygiene at kitchens. The poor are the most affected by the lockdown,” Bagga said.