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Indian Flag Pulled And Burnt Down Before London Metropolitan Police

Indian Flag Pulled And Burnt Down Before London Metropolitan Police

Indian Flag Pulled And Burnt Down Before London Metropolitan Police

During a protest march held at the parliament square at Westminister of London on Wednesday, some Pakistan based PoK and Khalistani activists charred down the Indian National flag that pulled down from a pole over there.

Hardly the ruthless act has not been stopped by any police officers in the square where every part of the incident has been staged before their eyes. This act of vengeance has been taken place in London when the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing Indian Community at the World Commonwealth Heads meeting.

This created an extreme outrage among the Indian activists in Uk and people of India as the incident took place before the UK police department. The pro-Pakistani and Khalistan activists raised Khalistan flag in the pole holding the Indian tricolor flag before pulling down by the activists.

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Alongside many peaceful protests that held in London presently this violent protest has been called by Lord Nazir Ahamed who was one of a member of House of Lords. He was well known for his favoring speech over separatist movements.

In the meeting at Westminister, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Pakistan as a terror-exporting factory. He said that India Is believing in peace but Pakistan will be provided with a strong answer for its terror exportation in the country in the same language that which they could understand in a better way. 

Some reports claim that UK authorities had apologized for the incident and motionless action of London Metropolitan Police at the spot. But Indian activist in London had reminded the UK authorities that they are "harboring Snakes In their Backyard", a word said by former US State Secretary Hillary Clinton.

The Khalistani Activists had posted a video of burning Indian Flag on twitter too... 

Indian Flag Pulled And Burnt Down Before London Metropolitan Police

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