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Farmers’ sacrifice won’t go in vain, say Sikh leaders

A programme to pay homage to Navreet Singh, who died during the tractor march in Delhi on Republic Day, and others who lost their lives during the course of the farm agitation was organised in the Golden Temple complex today. Sikh organisations held an ardas and ‘shardhanjali samagam’ for the success of the agitation against the three central farm laws.

The grandfather, father and mother of Navreet Singh, father of Jugraj Singh, who unfurled Nishan Sahib at the Red Fort, and Ranjit Singh, who was arrested from the Singhu border on January 29 and released from Tihar jail recently, were honoured on the occasion. Various organisations backed the Bharat Bandh call. Sikh leaders said farmers’ sacrifices wouldn’t go in vain.

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