United Kingdom: Khalistan extremists have once again created chaos by insulting the Indian flag on the international level by pulling down the national tricolour flag from the top of Indian High Commission which is located in London on Sunday.
The Modi government has called it a “action forcing event” as the British government is biased towards the security of diplomatic premises and it will have consequences. The Modi government had previously alerted the Whitehall and MI-5 about the plant protest by Sikh earlier this month. Still, no action was taken to avoid this situation.
It is being reported that the person behind the latest protest is UK based asylum seeker Avtar Singh Khanda. His father Kulwant Singh Khukrana was Khalistan Liberation Force terrorist and is supplying funds through Gurmit Singh Bukanwala.
The British government is acting soft and making minimum efforts against the perpetrators. The Indian government is seriously discussing over how to make UK Government more responsive and responsible to Indian security concerns in UK.
For now, the Modi government is quiet over what its next step will be after the latest protest. The most important thing is that the Modi government is concerned about lack of security to Indian Embassy and its staff as there is a lot of threat coming in from Sikh extremist based in UK. Followed by which the Indian High Commission will lodge a protest in London today.
However, nothing has stopped the Indian officials from putting up a large Indian flag without being even a little affected by treats and attempts to vandalise the Indian High commission. See here