Sikh helpers fear being driven out of town by 'embarrassed' council

Volunteers serve up to 100 meals a day to poverty-stricken and homeless people in Walsall

A Sikh organisation - which has grown from feeding a handful of needy people in Walsall into a global service - fears it is being driven out of its home town.

The Midland Langar Seva Society serves hundreds of hot meals to homeless and poor people every day across the UK as well as India, Germany and Bangkok.

But Randhir Singh, one of the founders of the society, said they have been stunned by complaints from Walsall Council about the mess their evening town centre feeds leave behind.

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