Sikh temple in Japan raises $48,000 to aid India against COVID

With an aim to help India to mitigate the second wave of pandemic across the country, Indians in Japan have rallied to the aid their homeland with individuals, religious groups and businesses sending donations including prized cylinders of oxygen to different parts of the country.
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"We want to go to India and help, but it is impossible in these circumstances. We cannot bear our country's pain and want to do as much as we can from afar," said a representative of Guru Nanak Darbar Tokyo, a Sikh temple in Japan's capital that has collected about 5.2 million yen ($48,000) from Indians and Japanese.
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