Kuala Lampur, March 23 -- Several lawyers and volunteers lent a hand to 300 Indian nationals who were starving and stranded at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) yesterday following the closure of Indian borders due to Covid-19.

Speaking to Malay Mail, lawyer Dinesh Muthal said the volunteers connected several donors to help the crowd, including two gurdwaras in Puchong and Subang, who sent in food and basic needs.

"More than 300 Indian citizens were stranded in KLIA2 airport and were unable to return to their country due to India's restrictions at the moment, to not allow any international flights into their airports due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

"My friends Umagandhan Krishnan and Poovan Chandrika went to check out the ...