British MP Bob Blackman Over Khalistan: On Sunday (March 19) in London, Khalistani supporters ransacked the Indian High Commission of Britain. Apart from this, he took down the Indian flag. After this incident, British Conservative MP Bob Blackman said on Monday (March 20) that the vast majority of Sikhs living in Britain completely reject such Khalistani acts.
MP Bob Blackman also asked the police to deal with separatists properly. While quoting ANI, Bob Blackman said that this (Khalistan) is a very small section of the Sikh community. The vast majority of Sikhs in this country completely rejects the Khalistani efforts.
Blackman condemned the incident
The British MP said that my message to the police is very direct, when this happens, there will be a need to arrest those people and deal with them properly. A group of pro-Khalistan activists opposing the crackdown on separatist elements in Punjab on Sunday (March 19) brought down the national flag of India from the Indian High Commission in London at noon. Blackman immediately condemned the incident and called the work done with the tricolor disrespectful.
Apart from Britain, attack in America also
While tweeting on this matter, British MP Bob Blackman wrote that this is vandalism and an insult to the flag of India. My sympathies to the Indian High Commission employees. India’s High Commissioner to the UK Vikram Doraiswami and Deputy High Commissioner Sujit Ghosh held a meeting with leaders of the concerned Indian community at India House on Monday regarding the attack and appreciated their solidarity.
However, local police increased security around the Indian High Commission and one person has been detained by Scotland Yard in connection with the sabotage of the mission. Apart from this, a group of pro-Khalistan protesters also attacked and vandalized the Indian Consulate in San Francisco, US, which was strongly condemned by Indian-Americans and demanded immediate action against those responsible for it.
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