Sikh volunteers feeding meals for homeless who abused by far-right activists

Vastavam web: Sikh volunteers providing meals for the homeless in Manchester were allegedly abused by far-right activists after getting caught in a demonstration against Sharia laws.Members of the Sikh Sewa Organisation (SSO) said they had to flee from Piccadilly Gardens for “their own safety” after “EDL (English Defence League) members” became “abusive” towards them.”As per every Sunday our team went to feed the homeless in Manchester. Sadly our usual spot in Piccadilly Gardens was over run by the EDL mindless thugs and we had to scarper for our own safety, as they were becoming abusive to the volunteers. It became really scary for us,” the SSO wrote on its Facebook page.
Eight people were arrested when demonstrators with UK Against Hate, headed by former EDL leader Tommy Robinson, clashed with counter-protesters.Greater Manchester police advised residents to avoid the area after the protest turned “nasty”.Manchester’s Mayor Andy Burnham said the “EDL-types” needed to take a “long hard look at themselves”.