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Bharat asks UK to take proactive action against pro-Khalistan extremists

“Bharat asks UK to take proactive action against pro-Khalistan extremists”, Swarajyamag, April 12, 2023:

“Bharat on Wednesday (12 April) conveyed its concern to United Kingdom over misuse of UK’s asylum status by pro-Khalistan elements and also sought proactive action against Khalistani extremists.

During the fifth Bharat-UK Affairs Dialogue (HAD) held in New Delhi on Wednesday, Bharat also raised concerns over the breach of security of Bhartiya High Commission in London last month.

In the meeting, Union home secretary Ajay Kumar led the Bhartiya delegation while the UK delegation was led by UK Home Office permanent secretary Matthew Rycroft. The meeting was also attended by other senior officials of both the countries….”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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