New Delhi: From Wednesday morning, Nihang Sikhs began arriving in small groups at Singhu border to decide whether they should continue to be a part of the yearlong farmers’ protest there. Many of them carried their weapons, mostly swords, and were also joined by a few women protesters. Outside the assembly venue, there were tables where the names of those who had come to attend the meeting were being listed as were their views on whether the Nihangs should stay or leave the protest site.
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