Security Tight In London: London police tightened security in front of the Indian High Commission in London. Annoyed by this, Khalistani supporters who were protesting against the action on Khalistani supporter Amritpal threw eggs and ink at the police. But the police did not allow any protestor to enter near the High Commission.
On March 22, the protesters expressed displeasure over the police action on Amritpal, who was declared a fugitive in Punjab, India. So in response, a large number of non-resident Indians were supporting their country with the tricolor in their hands at the High Commission building.
Khalistani protesters and Indians face to face in London
Earlier on Monday, Khalistani protesters ransacked the High Commission and tried to take down the flag of India. On the second day after the Indian flag incident, a large number of NRIs gathered in front of the High Commission and raised slogans in support of India.
Throwing eggs, ink and water bottles angrily
2,000 protesters were waving Khalistan flags in front of the High Commission as police security increased. On this, the High Commission hoisted a bigger tricolor on the roof of its building. Enraged by this, they started throwing eggs, ink and water bottles towards the High Commission. Groups such as the Federation of Sikh Organizations (FSO) and the Sikh Youth Jathebandiya had already started mobilizing people before Sunday’s violent protest outside India House.
Meanwhile, the Government of India said, there is no such atmosphere in India as is being broadcast here, those who want to know the truth can watch the interview of the CM and Police Chief of the state on TV.
Government of India protested
The Government of India had strongly protested against the lack of security arrangements outside its diplomatic mission. During the protest, pro-Khalistan flags were waved and the windows of the mission were broken and an attempt was made to bring down the tricolor.
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