Action on Amritpal Singh, mischief of Khalistani supporters in London, attempt to unfurl tricolor in High Commission


Within the midst of police motion in opposition to fugitive Amritpal Singh in Punjab, Khalistani supporters created a furore in Britain. Waving Khalistani flags and elevating pro-Khalistani slogans, a bunch of protesters tried to carry down the tricolor hoisted atop the Indian Excessive Fee in London. Nevertheless, the Excessive Fee officers stated, the protesters’ try failed and the tricolor is flying proudly.

India lodges sturdy protest over safety of Excessive Fee

India lodged a powerful protest with the British authorities concerning the safety of its Excessive Fee and questioned the dearth of correct safety preparations within the premises. India summoned probably the most senior British diplomat in Delhi, sought a proof on the absence of safety preparations.

Video of mischief of Khalistani supporters viral on social media

Photos of damaged home windows and other people climbing on the ‘India Home’ constructing have surfaced on social media. Video from the scene reveals an Indian official grabbing a flag from a protester from a first-floor window of the Excessive Fee, whereas the protester is seen waving a Khalistan flag.

Amritpal Singh was chased by the police for 20 to 25 kms, nonetheless managed to flee

Amritpal Singh absconded, uncle and driver give up

Professional-Khalistan fanatic preacher Amritpal Singh continues to be absconding from the police. However his uncle and driver have surrendered earlier than the police in Jalandhar. Jalandhar’s Senior Superintendent of Police (Rural) Swarnadeep Singh stated Amritpal’s uncle Harjit Singh and driver Harpreet Singh surrendered late on Sunday evening close to a gurudwara in Jalandhar’s Mehatpur space. Police has up to now arrested 112 supporters of Amritpal. In quest of Amritpal, the police performed a flag march and performed a search operation throughout the state. The Punjab authorities has initiated a serious crackdown in opposition to Amritpal and his group Waris Punjab De. Police has arrested 78 members of the group.

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