Submitted by alvin on Sat, 2016-12-03 09:12 Bengaluru: A temple in the city has come to the rescue of poor and labourers who have been hit hard by demonetisation. The Sri Rama Seva Trust in Peenya 2nd stage has helped more than 50 people by lending money collected in the temple hundis at Sri Sai Temple and Durga Parameshwari Temple . Watch Video: Moolya Soundarya Ramesh, who works with the Sri Rama Seva Trust, said they found Rs1.23 lakh on opening the hundis. "The money was in denominations of Rs 10, 20, 50, 100 notes and in coins. Hence, we decided to give Rs500 to the poor and to the labourers working at construction site. We have given money to more than 50 people. This way, the temple money came in handy to help the needy and poor," said Soundarya. Apart from this, the temple trust also provided food to daily wage workers.