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Was a Khalistani flag hoisted at Red Fort? No, it was a Sikh flag which is present in each gurdwara and folks carry it virtually invariably throughout spiritual processions. In gurdwaras, it’s hoisted at a peak with a ‘khanda’ (a doubleedged sword). The flag flies on the prime of this and is known as Nishan Sahib.
The kind of flag that was mounted atop the pole in Red Fort is normally carried atop autos when individuals go for spiritual processions and even for religio-political gatherings, or throughout any motion.
Sikh flag within the Indian Army
Nishan Sahib aka the ‘Sikh flag’ is there at each gurdwara of the Sikh Regiment. When the contingents of the regiment transfer their gurdwara, in addition they carry the Sikh Flag alongside the ‘bir’ of Guru Granth Sahib and it’s handled with nice respect by officers and jawans. Nishan Sahib is discovered at each gurdwara in any Army cantonment.
The warfare cry of Sikh Regiment and Sikh Light Infantry is the Sikh warfare cry, ‘Bole So Nihal, Sat Sri Akal’. Motto of the Sikh Regiment is ‘Nischay Kar Apni Jeet Karoon (With determination, I will be triumphant) which is taken from a hymn by Guru Gobind Singh. The regimental motto of the Sikh Light Infantry is ‘Deg Teg Fateh (prosperity in peace, victory in war)’. Protesters additionally raised the slogans of ‘Bole So Nihal Sat Sri Akal’ all through the tractor march and in addition on the Red Fort.
Was the Tricolour eliminated at Red Fort?
No, the movies of the incident make it abundantly clear the ‘Sikh flag’ was mounted on an empty pole and nobody touched the Tricolour. Some protesters have been even carrying Tricolours together with Sikh flags and flags of the farmers’ unions.

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