Does Britain know the pain-removal of barricades in front of the embassy

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Amaravathi: As in the past, India is no longer in a situation where it has been insulted, but India is reacting strongly in many cases. In this context…Recently, supporters of Khalistani tried to remove the tricolor flag in front of the Indian High Commission in London, the British capital. Although they wanted to remove the golden flag and hoist the Khalistani flag, the effort failed completely as the staff working in the embassy stopped it. Although the anarchy of the supporters of Khalistani is visible in this action, the mismanagement of the British government is also clearly visible. The reaction to this insult to India in London is known to be strong. The cement blocks placed outside the British Embassy at Shantipath in Delhi’s Chanakyapuri enclave were removed to British High Commissioner Alex Ellis’s residence on Rajaji Marg. The development follows the government’s top-level assessment of the violent protest outside the Indian High Commission in London on Sunday. The British High Commissioner in India responded to this action and said that they would comment on the security matters. No official statement has been received from the Ministry of External Affairs regarding this matter. Long after the attempt to remove the tricolor in front of the Indian High Commission in London, the London police did not reach the scene. It seems that the Indian intelligence department discussed the possibility of more protests turning violent from pro-Khalistan activists with British officials. India seeks clarification on allowing pro-Khalistan activists to enter High Commission premises. It has urged the British government to identify each one and take immediate action.


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