Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, November 28
Farmers faced teargas and water cannons along the Delhi-Haryana border. They clashed with police on Friday as they marched towards the National Captial as part of their 'Delhi Chalo' protest.
Despite such severe circumstances, a video clip filled with complete compassion has surfaced—proving that humanity is above all.
Farmers stepped forward to extend a helping hand to others, including the cops.
A clip showing a farmer offering, and helping a policeman drink water has gone viral.
Twitter user, Gurpreet S. Sahota, shared the clip, saying: "So what if policemen released cold water on farmers on a chilly day, that was their duty. Our Guru taught us to be humble, serve and share, what we have. It’s our duty.”
So what if policemen released cold water on farmers on a chilly day, that was their duty. Our Guru taught us to be humble, serve and share, what we have. It’s our duty. #FarmersDilliChalo #FarmersProtest pic.twitter.com/SIc7f2wlf5— Gurpreet S. Sahota (@GurpreetSSahota) November 27, 2020
Netizens were touched by this thoughtful gesture, and appreciated farmers, and the Sikh spirit:
Charity by sikh individuals and community is commendable, we can see this more in langar arrangement. Without ego, pride & belonging they serve every human with respect & regard.— Prakash Chhangani (@pchhangani) November 27, 2020
We must learn and cultivate that kind of attitude. Perhaps that is possible with vahe Guru the kripa
Such Humanity keep India live— ADV Nirmala Rajpurohit (@AdvNirmala) November 27, 2020
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