In a shocking incident that comes to light from London is that Pakistan-backed PoK and Khalistani people burnt the Indian flag at Parliament Square in London in front of UK Police.
The incident took place when Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing the Indian community at Westminister on 18 April. However, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is among the 53 heads of Commonwealth nations attending the ongoing Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in London.
The video of this incident went viral over the social media and people are filled with anger after watching the video.
The viral video also captioned and wrote, ‘Shameful. Indian flag at Parliament Square in London was removed and burnt in front of UK police.’
Indian activists are outraged over this incident as well as they are also having anger on London’s Metropolitan Police for watching the incident blindly even when the national flag was pulling down from a pole. The protestors replaced Indian flags with a flag representing PoK and Khalistan.
The Indian tricolour was allegedly pulled down and ripped apart by a a pro-Khalistani activist.
However, after the viral video, Indian filled with anger for disrespecting the national flag.
Here's how they reacted:
Video evidence shows another person identified as Sahab Kashmiri from PoK, who now lives in London, raising the PoK and Khalistani flag at the pole from where the Indian tricolour was pulled down.
-With ANI inputs