LONDON – The Indian High Commission in London reached out to the UK Foreign and Home office after a large group of protestors began protesting in front of the mission, defying COVID-19 protocols and carrying Khalistani flags. The demonstration was attended by 3,500-4,000 people, which defied the rule of no gathering of more than 30 people, which has been put in place to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Nearly 700 vehicles were also spotted at the rally, even though permission was sought only for 40. Vishwesh Negi, Minister (Political, Press and Information), Indian high commission in London said, “The developing situation was brought to the attention of the UK Foreign Office and Home Office. London Metropolitan Police managed, controlled and eventually disposed the crowds. We could see that a few violent were arrested.
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