London: Hinduphobic march gets thumbs down after Hindus protest

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Not content with spreading Hinduphobia in Pakistan alone, the Pakistani Muslims are now targeting London.

A Kashmir protest march and rally organized by Pakistani Muslims was condemned even by Pakistani origin Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, after Navin Shah, Assembly Member for Brent & Harrow, took it up with him.

In the letter by Shah, he called the march on the holy day of Diwali extremely insensitive and provocative, which it is, and said that he was approached by many Hindus who objected against its organization against their holy festival.

Navin Shah had termed it a deep offence to the Hindu community and had written to Khan.

Khan condemned the rally and said that ‘I absolutely condemn the plans for a protest march to take place on the auspicious day of Diwali, in the vicinity of the Indian High Commission in London.’

Khan also conceded that the march would only deepen divisions he also said that the City Hall was working with the Metropolitan Police to ensure a ‘robust policing plan’ to ensure that the protest rally does not see the unhinged Pakistani violence that was las seen on Indian Independence Day outside of Indian High Commission.

However, for now, the Hinduphobic rally is not ‘banned.’

The violence against the Britishers of Indian origin made even Prime Minister Narendra Modi take up the matter with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson who regretted the violence but did not do anything else.

The extremist violence drew the ire of several commentators like Katie Hopkins:

So violence against the celebrating Hindus or Indians, in essence, backfired on the Pakistanis but it seems that they are hellbent on again spreading hate against the British Hindus especially on an auspicious day like Diwali.

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