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Khalistani activists stop Indian high commissioner from entering UK gurudwara

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Khalistani activists Friday stopped the Indian excessive commissioner to the UK from getting into a gurudwara in Scotland.

Sikh Youth UK posted a video displaying Khalistani activists confronting officers on the Glasgow gurudwara on Alberta Drive over making langar (the neighborhood kitchen at Sikh temples) preparations for the Indian excessive commissioner Vikram Doraiswami. The official might be seen snatching away the digital camera from the activist.

The video additional exhibits a couple of Khalistani activists attempting to gang up on the excessive commissioner’s automobile earlier than he needed to ultimately depart.

The unconventional Sikh activists came upon that Doraiswami had deliberate a gathering with the gurudwara committee and stormed the scene, Instances of India reported.

“A few people turned up and told him he was not welcome and he left. There was a slight confrontation. I don’t think the Gurdwara committee is too happy about what happened. But Indian officials are not welcome in any gurdwara in the UK,” TOI quoted a Khalistani activist as saying.

“We are fed up with the UK-India collusion. The recent tensions since the Hardeep Singh Nijjar killing have led to British Sikhs being targeted. This is to do with Avtar Singh Khanda and Jagtar Singh Johal too.”

Avtar Singh Khanda was a Khalistani activist, who, the Nationwide Investigation Company believes, staged the violent protest on the Indian Excessive Fee in London earlier this 12 months in March. The ruckus noticed the miscreants scale the wall of the Excessive Fee constructing and take down India’s flag.

He died a few months later in June. His medical information claimed that he died of blood most cancers, however his supporters claimed that he was poisoned.



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