Derby man designs new Sikh poppy


A Derby man has designed a traditional poppy symbol to recognise the 200,000 Sikhs who were killed or injured in the two World Wars.

The Khanda symbol, designed by Jaz Rai, takes its place alongside the Christian cross and the Islamic crescent.

BBC's James Roberson reports.

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