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Two months on, UK still not probing attack on Indian High Commission

“Two months on, UK still not probing attack on Indian High Commission”, Sunday Guardian Live, May 21, 2023:

The British government is yet to locate and bring charges against the people or organisations responsible for the 19 March assault on the Indian High Commission in London, despite more than two months having passed.

Around 50 individuals, chanting pro-Khalistan slogans, had entered the high commission building and pulled down the Indian Tricolour. They fled only after the police reached the spot at 1.50 p.m. local time, but not before the extremists had broken glass and other building structures.

Within days of the attack, the Indian agencies had informed the British government of at least seven individuals who were part of the attack….”

Read the full article at Sundayguardianlive.com

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