A fight broke out when UK-based Kashmiri and pro-Khalistan outfits started chanting anti-India slogans to counter British Indian protesters chanting pro-Modi slogans, thanking the Prime Minister for exacting revenge on Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists with the balakot strike
London/New Delhi: Pakistan's ISI -backed pro-Khalistanis attacked a number of British Indians who were standing outside the Indian High Commission in London on March 9.
The attack is believed to be against the anti-Pakistan protests taking place in London following the Pulwama terror attack and the Indian pre-emptive airstrike on the Jaish-e-Mohammed terror camps in Pakistan's Balakot.
Overseas Pakistanis Welfare Council (OPWC) and Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) were blamed for the attack on rival demonstrators from Friends of India Society, the UK, who had gathered outside the Indian high commission in London on Saturday.
The fight broke out when UK-based Kashmiri and pro-Khalistan outfits started chanting anti-India slogans to counter protesters chanting pro-Modi slogans, reported The Times of India. In the video, men wearing Sikh turbans can be seen raising slogans “Naraa-e-Takbeer” and "Allah-u-Akbar".
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Last Updated Mar 10, 2019, 12:39 PM IST