Khalsa Aid erects temporary shelter home for protesting farmers at Singhu border

NEW DELHI, India—Realizing the hardships of farmers struggling against draconian farm laws at Delhi border, the Khalsa Aid International has erected a temporary shelter home at Delhi’s Singhu border. This shelter home has a capacity to accommodate 800 struggling farmers including a separate area for women.

Keeping in view the sensitivity of the situation, CCTV cameras have been installed to keep surveillance round the clock. Beside this, special guards have also been deployed to ensure safety of protesting farmers from all perspectives.

Speaking to Sikh24, Khalsa Aid’s Director Amarpreet Singh informed that the Khalsa Aid is assisting agitating farmers in every possible way. “In this shelter home, we are also providing facilities of WiFi and warm water,” he added.

Amarpreet Singh further informed that proper sanitization measures are being taken in the wake of prevailing coronavirus pandemic. “Additional temporary washrooms are being built besides the shelter home,” he added.

It is pertinent to note here that the agitating farmers are helpless to sleep in open despite extremely cold environment.  

A few days back, a tractor mechanic had lost life after the car, in which he was sleeping, caught fire and the car couldn’t be unlocked due to the central locking system failure.


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