A PRIDE of Britain hero has told how he helped poor farmers in India as they protested against new agricultural laws. Randhir Singh, 47, runs the Midland Langar Seva Society, providing 45,000 meals a week to the poor and homeless in the UK.
He was so appalled at the brutal treatment of farmers protesting outside Delhi that he flew to India in December to help them.
Mr Singh said: “When I left the house my wife was in tears. "I wasn’t sure I’d be coming back because of all the trouble. "At one stage they shut down the internet. "I couldn’t call even call back to the UK.” More than 120 protesters have been killed and dozens more have gone missing.Read more on mirror.co.uk