In a display of solidarity, hundreds of members of the Indian diaspora in the United Kingdom turned up on Saturday to clean up the filthy trash left by the Pakistani goons outside the Indian High Commission in London.
According to the reports, the cleanliness drive was led by Ruchi Ghanashyam, the High Commissioner of India to the United Kingdom. The filthy mess outside the Indian house was created by the violent British-Pakistani goons on September 3.
In a symbolic move, the British Indians’ community sent the Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, a cleaning invoice after volunteering and cleaning the area.
The Indian High Commission meanwhile has expressed its gratitude to the Indian Community for coming forward to help purge the India House of the mess made by the violent protest of 3 September.
High Commission expresses its gratitude to the Indian Community for coming forward to help purge the India House of the mess made by violent protest of 3 September; Swachh Bharat: Shreshtha Bharat! @DrSJaishankar @MEAIndia @RuchiGhanashyam @UKinIndia pic.twitter.com/YCdlwa9LXA
— India in the UK (@HCI_London) September 7, 2019
In their failed bid to internationalise the Kashmir issue, Pakistanis are travelling around the globe, soliciting support to corner India on the issue of abrogation of Article 370. However, to their chagrin, Pakistanis are only receiving eggs and rejections on every forum. Recently, some of their own stooges have resorted to attacking them too.
Reportedly, four Pakistani leaders had flown to London to fuel the anti-India campaign termed as ‘Kashmir Freedom March’, but they were welcomed with eggs and shoes thrown at them by the protestors who were unwilling to allow them to hijack their protest.
The Indian High Commission in London suffered another attack on September 3 after protests over the abrogation of Article 370. A 10,000 strong mob of British Pakistanis, Pakistan-sponsored Khalistanis and some hired goons marched in London in the so-called ‘Kashmir Freedom March’. The building suffered damages as several windows and window panes have been smashed by the violent attackers pretending to be worried about Kashmir.
This is the second attack by Pakistan goons in a span of a single month. The first incident had happened on August 15 on the occasion of India’s Independence Day. They were protesting the Indian government’s decision to remove the separate status for the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
Meanwhile, London Mayor Sadiq Khan and London administration have been severely criticised for not cleaning the mess. On Thursday, British columnist Katie Hopkins slammed London Mayor Sadiq Khan and London administration for not cleaning the mess left behind by Pakistanis.
“The Embassy in London – one of our greatest allies – is a filthy mess of eggs and vandalised windows at the hands of Pakistani protesters in the UK. Is the Muslim Mayor of London enabling this behaviour? Why has this not been cleaned up? Deeply shaming for Britain,” she tweeted.
Following the violent protest incited by Pakistani goons, India had strongly raised the matter, both in New Delhi and London. India had summoned British Deputy High Commissioner Jan Thompson in New Delhi on Wednesday, a day after the protest took place.
Indian High Commissioner Ruchi Ghanashyam had also met DG (Political) Foreign office and raised the issue. Two people were arrested after the protest by the Metropolitan Police.