The UK, especially London, with its sizable radical Sikh population and a history of Khalistan movement, is becoming a breeding ground for Khalistani terrorists since the last few years. After Sadiq Khan took over as Mayor of London in May 2016, the city administration has given a free pass to Khalistani elements to organize, agitate, and act against India.
Yesterday a protest took place in London in front of Indian High Commission and it was attended by many anti-India separatist elements including Paramjit Singh Pamma, a Khalistani terrorist who is among National Investigation Agency’s most wanted list. Pamma has been associated with Khalistani terrorist organizations such as Babbar Khalsa and Khalistan Tiger Force.
Khalistani Militant Paramjeet Singh Pamma Joins Anti-Farm Bill Protests outside @HCI_London.
Also spotted Kuldeep Singh Chaheru, lead figure of Federation of Sikh organization(FSO), a well know front of Babbar Khalsa.#Bhindranwale T-shirts, #Khalistani
flags… https://t.co/yyULBkmAWs pic.twitter.com/ao0SUzdMwE
— Geeta Mohan گیتا موہن गीता मोहन (@Geeta_Mohan) December 6, 2020
As per a report by Geeta Mohan of India Today, to a question on who were the demonstrators and what were they demanding, the Indian High Commission said, “As expected, it soon became clear that the gathering was led by anti-India separatists who had taken the opportunity of the farm protests in India to ostensibly back the farmers in India but use the opportunity to pursue their own anti-India agenda.”
Another person present at the event was Tamanjeet Singh Dhesi, who is well-known and very active among the Kashmiri separatist elements and Khalistani elements in the UK.
There were many people who were trying to carry out violent activities in front of the High Commission and the Commission briefed the UK’s Foreign Office and Home Office about this. The city’s police, which was in deep sleep till the protestors became violent, came into action after a complaint of violence by the Indian High Commission.
“London Metropolitan Police managed, controlled and eventually disposed the crowds. We could see that a few violent protesters were arrested. Our high commission has been coordinating closely with the authorities concerned and we will, together with them address the issues that have come up, for example how this gathering of thousands could take place without specific permission etc,” said an officer.
— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2020
Previously 36 Labour MPs including former Prime Ministerial candidate Jeremy Corbyn have written a letter to the Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab and have asked him to talk about the ongoing farmers’ protest to his Indian counterpart.
The letter says that “Many British Sikhs and Punjabis have taken this matter up with their MPs, as they (are) directly affected with family members and ancestral land in the Punjab.”
The letter was coordinated by Labour MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi who also tweeted that he “stood with the farmers of #Punjab and other parts of India, including our family and friends, who are peacefully protesting against the encroaching privatization of #FamersBill2020.”
London is slipping into anarchy under the leadership of Sadiq Khan, and the Conservative British government must take over the London administration to ensure that he does no more harm to the foreign relations of the UK through anarchist administration.
Sadiq Khan administration is allowing anti-India forces to flourish to appease Muslim and radical Sikh vote bank. Sadiq’s allegiances lie with the British-Pakistanis and he has no intention to perturb his biggest vote bank. Earlier, even as a human rights lawyer, Sadiq Khan tried to get the UK to lift its ban on Louis Farrakhan, leader of the American Nation of Islam, who described the Jews as ‘blood-suckers’ and Hitler ‘a very great man’. Khan also blamed the 7/7 London bombings, on British foreign policy which killed around 52 civilians in the city.
Therefore, it really shouldn’t surprise anyone that London is slipping into anarchy, with Sadiq Khan at its helm of affairs. It may be Sadiq Khan’s inefficiency or plainly deliberate actions that allow violent protests unabated and unchecked outside the Indian High Commission, jeopardizing its security. While Britain spends all its energies on Brexit politics, London is turning lawless, and Indo-British relations are being affected by the ever-growing lawlessness.