Sikhi-armed with swords attacked police in India

Hundreds of Sikhs armed with swords in the Indian state of Maharashtra attacked the barrage of the police due to the ban on a religious procession due to the increasing number of sick coronavirus, injured at least four policemen were injured. According to RIA Novosti, the incident occurred in the city of Nandad, which is one of the centers of Sikhov’s pilgrimage. On the video distributed in social networks, people can be seen, as armed with swords run away from Gurdwara – the Sikh temple – and attack the ranks of the police in connection with the ban on the traditional procession as part of the Holol Mochhall Holiday.

Holol Mochhall, also called HOLA, is a three-day Sikh holiday, within which the procession passes where Sikhi, in particular, demonstrate their battle skills.

According to the superintendent of the Police of the Pramod Kumara Shevale, the authorities informed Gurdwaru that the sikch processions would not allow the difficult situation with Coronavirus. In recent days, Maharashtra has become the leader among India by the number of covid. Only over the past day, the state of the state revealed 31.6 thousand new cases, all the treatment in the state receive almost 338 thousand people.