The turban of Sikhs stands for courage & honor.— Gaurav Mishra (@Imkgauravmishra) October 10, 2020
They held their head high even when barbarians like Mughals, Britishers killed them & Congress in sikhs riots.
Bengal police under Mamta has dared to disrespect again.
Last nail in coffin!#BanglaBachaopic.twitter.com/auePylvInk
Harbhajan fumes over Sikh's turban removed by WB police (Video)
Kolkata: Former India cricketer Harbhajan Singh on Friday took strong exception to the alleged manhandling of a Sikh during yesterday's BJP march to the State Secretariat, Nabanna, in Howrah and urged the Mamata Banerjee government to look into the matter.
Taking to his twitter handle, Harbhajan said,"Please have a look into this matter @MamataOfficial. This isn't done. "
In response to Harbhajan's tweet, West Bengal Police taking to twitter handle said, "The concerned person was carrying firearms in yesterday's protest. The Pagri had fallen off automatically in the scuffle that ensued, without any attempt to do so by our officer (visible in the video attached)."
"It is never our intention to hurt the sentiments of any community," police added."West Bengal Police respects all religions. The officer specifically asked him to put his Pagri back before the arrest," police mentioned.
"The attached photo has been clicked right before he was escorted to the Police Station. We remain committed to our duty to uphold law and order in the state," police stated.(UNI)