Indian diaspora gathered in a huge number outside the Indian High Commission in London (Image courtesy: Twitter/@WIONews)
The Indian community is holding massive gatherings in the United Kingdom against the “disrespectful act” of Khalistan supporters towards the Indian flag at the Indian High Commission in London earlier this week.
#Watch: “I love my India” song played as the members of the Indian community gathered in front of the Indian High Commission in London against Khalistanis and in support of India’s unity
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— INDIA NARRATIVE (@india_narrative) March 22, 2023
With ‘I love my India’ song playing in the background, Indians demanded that the British government takes strict action against the perpetrators at the earliest.
#WATCH | “We have gathered outside Indian High Commission to support India. Few days back the Indian flag was taken out. We urge British Parliamentarians to act immediately & bring some sort of sanity to these problems,” said a member of Friends of India Society International pic.twitter.com/25iPuYew47
— ANI (@ANI) March 21, 2023
In spite of it being a working day, Indians gathered in huge numbers in front of the Indian High Commission to showcase their anger against the so-called Khalistanis.
#IndianDiaspora gathered on a working day in full support in huge numbers in front of @HCI_London Indian High commission.
This evidently proves that Indians stand united & tall to show that no #separatist/#extremist can destroy the social fabric of India & it’s entity in the UK pic.twitter.com/ZeHu9TEOSF
— OFBJP UK (@OFBJPUK) March 21, 2023
Meanwhile, the Indian authorities removed barricades from the front of the British High Commissioner’s residence in New Delhi after the vandalisation of the Indian High Commission in London by the Khalistani extremists.
Indian authorities remove barricades from in-front of the British High Commissioner’s residence. Development comes as Indian High commission in London was vandalised by Khalistani extremists. @WIONews pic.twitter.com/V6XZzXbUpQ
— Bilal Parray (@iambilalparray) March 22, 2023