KIND-HEARTED staff at a popular Glasgow restaurant have dished out thousands 
of meals to the city’s homeless during the Covid-19 lockdown.

Indian restaurant Charcoals, on Renfield Street, is working closely with a number of charities to match an increased demand due to the pandemic.

Manager Muhammad Sultan, owner Asad Iqbal and the team are now handing out support packages seven days a week.

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Mr Sultan, who normally travels to Lahore, in Pakistan, during Ramadan, said: “I just think if I was in that position what would happen to me?

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“I don’t care about what will happen to me tomorrow and know I’m in a fortunate position to support people today.

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“There are so many people who are hungry every day of the week.

“We just can’t stand by and watch that. Our staff are also really supporting us and deserve the appreciation.”