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Khalistani Terrorist takes part in a pro-farmer protest in London; Turns out to be anti-India!

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Khalistani Terrorist takes part in a pro-farmer protest in London; Turns out to be anti-India!

Ahead of the 'Bharat Bandh' on 8th December, 2020; The world, at large, stands in solidarity with the farmers. We have seen the "food soldiers" leading the way fighting for their rights. The etiquette with which they led their silent procession made the world listen to them. They took the water cannons to their chest yet didn't make a fuss out of it. And therefore, the world joined hands to stand with the farmers and #standwithfarmerschallemge started trending on social media. Also, in the world news, 'a Khalistani Terrorist takes part in a pro-farmer protest in London; Turns out to be anti-India' though.

Highlights from India!

In the ugly spat between Diljit Dosanjh and Kangana Ranaut, Diljit emerged as yet another warrior fighting for the rights of the farmers. He not only donated 1 crore to keep the farmers 'warm' but participated in the protest with them. Also, Vijender Singh, India's first Olympic medal-winning boxer threatens to return his Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award if the government doesn't withdraw the 'black laws'.The farmers did get a chance to keep their stance in the parliament but to no avail and it stands non-conclusive.

News from London!

London staged a huge protest on Sunday evening outside the Indian High Commission in support of the farmers in India. They stood in solidarity with farmers and added to the voice of farmers demanding withdrawal of newly enacted farm laws. However, it turned out to be a stage for anti-India agenda and exploited COVID-19 norms as well.

The Indian High Commission claimed that the protests were led-by anti-India separatists, who also raised anti-India and pro-farmers slogans during the demonstration. "Policing of protests is a matter for the Metropolitan Police. We remained in close contact with the Indian High Commission in London and the Metropolitan Police Service about the protest," said a British High Commission spokesperson.

Khalistani Terrorist takes part in a pro-farmer protest in London!

Whilst London Police ensured security to the Indian High Commission, it was found that Khalistani terrorist Paramjit Singh Pamma was also present during the protests. He was seen wearing a blue jacket.

Pamma is wanted in connection with the 2010 blasts in Panjab's Patiala and Ambala and also for the killing of an RSS man in 2009.He is also suspected to be associated with banned groups like Sikhs for Justice (SJF), which are believed to be funded by Pakistani intelligence agency, the ISI.
Pamma was arrested in Portugal in 2018 under a Red Corner Notice issued by the Interpol. However, India's request for Pamma's extradition from Portugal was turned down and he was subsequently released.

Khalistani Terrorist takes part in a pro-farmer protest in London; Turns out to be anti-India!

Khalistani Terrorist takes part in a pro-farmer protest in London; Turns out to be anti-India. Also,during the protests, Khalistani flags were also raised outside the Indian High commission.

The Sikh Federation UK, a group which claims to represent Sikhs in the UK but is suspected to be a voice for Khalistani supporters in the country, called the protest as a 'siege' of the Indian High Commission.

"It soon became clear that the gathering was led by anti-India separatists who had taken the opportunity of the farm protests in India but also used the opportunity to pursue their own anti-India agenda," Vishwesh Negi, Minister (Political,Press & Information) at the India High Commission in London, said.

The Indian High Commission official also confirmed that the ongoing farm protests in India are an internal issue of the country and part of the democratic process.

Comments from the Beaurocrats!

"Protest against agriculture reform bills in India is part of a democratic process. The Government of India is in talks with protesters which are still ongoing. Needless to say, it's an internal issue of India,” Negi said.

“Protesters gathered in large numbers in front of the High Commission flouting social distancing norms during a pandemic. Permission was sought from Metropolitan Police London for a drive past protest involving about 40 vehicles. Developing situation was brought to the attention of the UK Foreign Office and Home Office. London Metropolitan Police managed, controlled and eventually disposed of the crowd. We could see that a few violent (persons) were arrested,” he added.

During the protest, 13 people were arrested for violating COVID-19 regulations. Four of them were subsequently released, nine continue to remain in custody.

According to the sources, only 30 people and 40 vehicles were allowed to participate in the 'drive past' protest. But the organizers mislead the authorities, including the Metropolitan Police in London, and thousands took part.

Also Read: Highlights: Farmers Call Bharat Bandh Today

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