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Indian Americans host food distribution drive in Washington DC metro area

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Indian Americans host food distribution drive in Washington DC metro area

Indian Americans host food distribution drive in Washington DC metro area

Indian Americans hosted food drive in Washington DC to ease lives amid COVID-19 crisis.

Group of Indian Americans has provided food supplies to more than 15,000 families over 25 food drive events.

Drive was organised in association with India Development and Relief Fund under the umbrella of Indian American community.

Group has been actively organising these drives since May 9.


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