Indian Offering Free Food To Canada’s Homeless



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At a time when thousands of people still have no access to food, there are some whose gesture can surely bring a smile on many faces.

Weeks after a restaurant owner in Kochi installed a public fridge outside its premises so that people in need can take food from it, now a restaurant owner in Canada is offering free food to anyone who is hungry and is unable to afford to buy one for themselves.

Chef Parkash Chhibber, who migrated to Canada from India, owns a restaurant called Indian Fusion: The Curry House and is offering free food/drinks to the city’s less fortunate people.
He is providing free food to the poor and has put a notice on the back door mentioning the same.

“Dear friends, If you are hungry and have no money to pay, just ring the bell below or come in for a free meal box/coffee anytime” it reads.
The sign was put some 6 months ago and the best part is that it offers both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.

“There are days when no one knocks and then there are also days when 3-10 people make use of our Free Meal Menu,” Chhibber was quoted as saying by a website.
Chhibber who started the restaurant in 2009 has been providing free meals for the poor since past two years. But he feels that he is not doing anything extra and there is much more that he can do for the people.
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