Congratulations are due to those who organised this event. Many of you will not know how much effort and planning this event has taken.
Also due respect is due for the united stance and refusal to compromise on our religious beliefs.
These Sikhs have jointly raised the prominence of the discrimination against Sikhs in mainland Europe that some have only been dimly aware of.
Hopefully everyone now realises that we need to take action, that we can not sit back and hope that things will sort themselves out. It will take everyone of us, of you; to be involved.
Don't expect others to do it all - it will take concerted action. You should contact your MEPs immediately and raise these issues and you should expect answers and changes.
If you are reading this and do not contact your elected politians (regardless of whether you voted for them or not) then do not sit around moaning about the injustices in this world. Take some positive action to support your Sikh brothers and sisters who are putting in so much effort.
You've read the posts and seen the actions that these Sikhs had to take to stand their ground. All you have to do is to contact your MEPs and to continue to pursue them to deliver; to provide you with answers.
You can do that much - surely!
And while you're thinking about doing your bit; don't forget to attend the UK Rally and March for Remembrance, Justice and Freedom.