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‘Neither Hindi, nor Hindu, nor Hindustan, will remain as Khalistan’: Anti-India slogans raised in the tricolor

The tricolor of India’s national flag was set on fire in London’s Trafalgar Square on Sunday (June 6) amid slogans of Khalistan Zindabad. Indian High Commission in this regard issued a statement He is deeply concerned and distressed by the incident. high commission Assured That strict action will be taken against those who insult the national flag.

in Britain Journalist of Times of India Naomi Canton has shared many pictures in this regard. It can be seen in the video that Khalistani wearing a black scarf is setting the tricolor on fire. At the same time, they are shouting loudly, “Khalistan Zindabad.”

A voice is coming from behind – ‘Wahe Guru Ji Da Khalsa Wahe Guru Ji Di Fateh.’ In the video, the gathered crowd can also be heard raising anti-Hindu slogans. They say that neither Hindi nor Hindu nor Hindustan will remain as Khalistan.

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The British police say in this regard that it is not a crime to set the flag on fire and they did not even know that the flag had been set on fire. That’s why they didn’t arrest anyone who raised anti-India slogans.

According to the information, the entire event was organized to remember Khalistani terrorist Bhindranwale. Of these, 5 Sikhs were leading hundreds of Sikhs in the costume of ‘Panch Pyare’. People had a picture of Bhindranwale in their hands and also some women who were selling T-shirts supporting Khalistan. Many of these had yellow Khalistani flags in their hands. The protesters were raising slogans in support of Jagtar Singh Johal, the Sikh who killed the Hindu leader, and were using spray to burn the flag.

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Let us inform that on the 37th anniversary of Operation Blue Star on June 6, former cricketer Harbhajan Singh also praised Khalistani terrorist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. was glorified. On Instagram story, Harbhajan called Bhindranwale a martyr. Also sharing his picture, ‘Pranam Shaheeda Nu’ was written.

On the other hand, the acting Jathedar Giani Harpreet Singh defended the posters and Khalistani flags of Bhindranwale at the Golden Temple in Amritsar. On June 6, in support of Khalistani slogans raised at Sri Harminder Sahib, he said, “It is a deep wound on Sikhs, which gives pain throughout the year. On the anniversary, we reduce this pain by raising the slogan ‘Khalistan Zindabad’. It can never be forgotten. It will be a part of our memory forever.” Regarding the 1984 operation, he said that the Indian Army attacked the Akal Takht like they do during the war on China or Pakistan.

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