Police in Punjab are taking action against Khalistan separatist leader Amritpal Singh and his supporters. In response, Khalistan supporters are engaging in violent activity in America, England, Australia, and Canada. Recently, they attacked the Indian embassy in London, taking down the national flag and insulting it. They also attacked the Indian Embassy in San Francisco, causing damage. India has strongly condemned these actions.
Despite the violence, hundreds of Indian-Americans held a peace rally at the same Indian Embassy in San Francisco to show their solidarity with India. They carried Indian and American flags and chanted pro-India slogans. While some separatist Sikhs were present and raised pro-Khalistan slogans, the Indian-Americans overwhelmingly displayed their loyalty to India by waving the national flag and chanting ‘Vande Mataram.’ Police were present to prevent any incidents.
Attack on Indian Embassy
Police are cracking down on Khalistan separatist leader Amritpal Singh and his supporters in Punjab. In protest against this, supporters of Khalistan are engaging in violence in America, England, Australia and Canada.
A few days ago, the supporters of Khalistan, who attacked the Indian embassy in the UK capital London, pulled down the Indian national flag and insulted it.
Subsequently, Khalistan supporters also attacked the Indian Embassy in San Francisco, USA. They smashed the doors and windows of the embassy. India strongly condemned this.
Indian origin peace rally
Hundreds of Indian-Americans marched to the Indian Embassy in San Francisco to express their solidarity with India over the embassy attack.
Carrying Indian and American flags, Indian-Americans gathered in front of the Indian Embassy and raised pro-India slogans. Police were heavily deployed there to prevent any untoward incident.
Some of the separatist Sikhs who came there raised pro-Khalistan slogans. However, the outnumbered Indian-Americans waved the national flag and chanted ‘Vande Mataram, Vande Mataram’ to silence the separatist Sikhs.