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NGO takes onus of counselling protesting farmers, amid rising cases of suicide

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NGO takes onus of counselling protesting farmers, amid rising cases of suicide

NGO takes onus of counselling protesting farmers, amid rising cases of suicide

Amid rising cases of suicide in the last few weeks, an NGO has taken the initiative of organising counseling sessions for protesting farmers at Singhu border (Delhi-Haryana Border).

US-based NGO, United Sikhs has started counselling the farmers, who are falling prey to anxiety and depression.


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