Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a telephone conversation yesterday with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson.
Taking into account the recent violence by Khalistani and Pakistani mobs outside Indian High Commission, PM Modi brought up the issue in his talk.
What exactly happened?
An elderly British Indian, way past his 60s, told CurrenTriggers.com that he was present at the site, and he was punched in the face by British Pakistanis. He managed to escape but many were unlucky as they came under attack by a well-prepared Pakistani and Khalistani mob. Men, women and even children were trapped and had to witness a scary situation due to the violence perpetrated by the assembled Pakistani and Khalistani group.
This mob of Khalistanis and Pakistanis had no less than 4000 people and they were prepared to cause maximum damage.
Hindu Forum Britain (HFB) shot a letter stating that many UK TV channels, targeted at Pakistani audience, were creating mass hysteria. The letter also states that Lord Nazir Ahmed was part of the group organizing the protest. In short, it was a planned attack on the British Indian community.
The HFB’s letter accessed by CurrenTriggers.com states that ‘at around 12.30 pm protestors broke away from their designated area & came threatening and combatively towards the Indian area & started hurling eggs, bottles, tomatoes, shoes and other projectiles’ to injure the guests present.
This letter also raised the issued of preparedness of the police, as the ‘Montreal Place exit of the Indian High Commission’ was left unguarded by it.
Therefore, it was but obvious, that the Indian Prime Minister would be bringing this in his conversation with the British Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Johnson regretted the violence perpetrated by Khalistani and Pakistani mob and assured the Indian PM that all necessary steps would be ‘taken to ensure safety and security of the High Commission, its personnel and visitors.’
The two leaders are also looking forward to interacting during the G-7 Summit in Biarritz, France.