Khalistani militants assaulted the Indian High Commission in London on March 19.
Britain’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated that his country is “working closely with the Indian government to tackle the Khalistani issue” after arriving in Delhi on Friday to attend the historic G20 Summit. Sunak declared that he would not put up with any form of violent extremism from the Khalistani movement in the UK.
As a result of the attack on the Indian High Commission in London on March 19, there have been growing concerns in India regarding the actions of pro-Khalistan individuals in the UK. Indian Americans have harshly condemned the incident and asked that those guilty be brought to justice right away.
To combat ‘PKE’ Pro-Khalistan Extremism in particular, we are collaborating closely with the Indian government. It doesn’t seem right to me. Just recently, our security minister met with colleagues in India. In an interview with news agency ANI, Sunak stated, “We have working groups together to share intelligence and information so that we can root out this kind of violent extremism.
India had sent a strong protest to the UK in the meanwhile. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) later took over the investigation of the incident after the Delhi Police filed a first information report (FIR) about it.
From India, Rishi Sunak
The UK PM and his wife Akshata Murthy arrived in India for the G20 Leaders’ Summit, which will take place in New Delhi over the following two days. Sunak announced after his arrival that he will collaborate with international leaders to tackle some of the issues that affect all of us.
I arrived in Delhi in time for the G20 conference. I’m meeting with international leaders to discuss some issues that affect all of us. Only by working together can we
Sunak stated in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, “the job done.”