New Delhi: Tamil farmers stage a mock-funeral during their protest for loan waiver and drought-relief package, at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on Sunday. PTI Photo by Kamal Singh (PTI7_30_2017_000138B)

Over 100 farmers fled from their villages in Tamil Nadu and arrived in Delhi to stage a protest with the skulls of the people who committed suicide. Life is tough for the Tamil Nadu farmers who are demanding that the Centre announce a drought relief package and loan waiver for peasants from the state. To lend a hand to the helpless souls, the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) has opened their kitchen to the farmers who have been in Jantar Mantar for over three months.
Volunteers from the Bangla Sahib Gurudwara are lending a hand to help them by serving the farmers daily langar so that no one has to sleep empty stomach. When asked about the initiative taken by them, Manjit Singh, President of DSGMC told NDTV, “These protesters at Jantar Mantar come from far places. Neither do they know the language nor where to go to eat. So we …