After the terrible attack in Christchurch,\u00a0New Zealand-based Sikh community has\u00a0come forward to help the victims. Several groups took to social media to express their solidarity and offered their\u00a0help to victims in whatever way they could. One such group which goes by the name of\u00a0The Sikh Group Guru Nanak's Free Kitchen in its Facebook post writes that it has\u00a0already spoken to Christchurch\u00a0gurudwara\u00a0which is ready to help the Christchurch Muslim community. The\u00a0Sikh Group writes that it was\u00a0informed by one of the Muslim representatives in Auckland that the Muslim community in Christchurch needed people for service such as washing bodies, transportation of families and bodies to the cemetery, digging graves and\u00a0organize langar for the people attending funerals. Another Sikh group by the name of Young Sikh Professionals New Zealand also\u00a0pledged its support to\u00a0Muslims in Christchurch. "This kind of violence and the hate it perpetuates has no place in any country and we have a collective responsibility to stand up and say no - this is not us," it said in a Facebook post. The group also\u00a0urged the local organisers, leaders and gurudwaras to connect with the Muslim community in their respective regions to offer their support. Sikh community spokesperson Daljit Singh while speaking to New Zealand Herald said that the Sikh community would help the attack victims. "Sikh community stands strongly and firmly with the Muslims because this act of terrorism happened in a place of worship, and we will spare no effort in supporting them," he said.