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In London, King Charles visited the newly built Gurdwara, praised the Sikh community for serving langar during Covid.

  London: Britain's King Charles paid obeisance at a newly built Gurdwara in Luton town near London. There were other devotees with him on this occasion. On this occasion, children of different religions welcomed him by holding the flag of England and 'Nishan Sahib'. Along with photos and videos, social media posts by handles by royal officials said the monarch also met with volunteers who run the Luton Sikh Soup Kitchen stand, "which serves vegetarian food seven days a week, 365 days a year at the Gurdwara." Provides hot food”. He also appreciated the services rendered by the Sikh community during the Covid epidemic for the last three years. The royal family's Instagram post said it was running a pop-up Covid vaccine clinic, the first of its kind in the UK.