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Eggs thrown at Pakistani Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad in London

Last week, hundreds of Pakistan-sponsored goons and Khalistani elements had attacked Indian families who had gathered to celebrate India's independence day at the Indian High Commission in London.

After Pakistan sponsored goons attacked Indian families gathered to celebrate Independence Day near the Indian High Commission last week, a Pakistani minister recently had eggs thrown at him in London.

According to a video shared by Pakistani Journalist Naila Inayat, Pakistan’s Railway Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad was in London for an award ceremony when a man threw eggs at him. The incident has reportedly occurred on August 18 in London.

Incidentally, the man, allegedly to be a Kashmiri activist, who threw on the Pakistan minister in London is on the run as of now. The man allegedly had waited outside the venue to throw the eggs on the Pakistani minister. He was chased after the incident but managed to flee.

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In another video, the spot where the Pakistan Minister was attacked can be seen. The video shows eggs thrown by a man on the footpath. The identity of the man who threw the egg on the Pakistan Minister and reason for his actions are yet to be ascertained in the matter.

Last week, Pakistan sponsored goons and their Khalistani cronies had unleased thuggery and vandalism on the streets of London during the celebration of Indian Independence day at the Indian High Commission in London.

Thousands of Pakistanis carrying Khalistani and Kashmiri flags had gathered near the High Commission to carry out violent protests. They had tried to push forward across police lines and threw stones and other objects at Indians who were present on the occasion to celebrate the Independence day.

As per reports, the protesters threw eggs, glass bottles, shoes, plastic bottles, lighters, bananas, batteries, potatoes, hot coffee, their own placards and apples at the Indian diaspora who were holding Indian flags.

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