London: Wanted Khalistani terrorist Paramjeet Singh Pamma spotted raising anti-India slogans outside Indian mission
London Police in full force giving protection to Indian High Commission while protestors raise anti-India slogans and some pro-farmer slogans.
New Delhi: Khalistani terrorist Paramjeet Singh Pamma, who is on the National Investigation Agency’s most wanted list, was seen raising anti-India slogans at the Khalistani terror funded rally in London.
Paramjeet Singh Pamma is wanted in India for his involvement with designated terror group Sikhs for Justice, which is funded by Pakistan ISI.
Khalistani terrorist Paramjeet Singh Pamma raising anti-India slogans in a Khalistani terror funded rally today in London. Pamma is in NIA most wanted list and involved with banned/designated terror group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) which is funded by Pakistan ISI. (Muted audio) pic.twitter.com/Wia3TT5NHD
— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) December 6, 2020
He actively participates in anti-India activities. Pamma is also in contact with Pakistan’s ISI and Sikh-based terrorists in Pakistan.
Anti-India and pro-farmer slogans
“Khalistani” flags were also seen at a protest held outside the Indian High Commission in London on Sunday in support of the farmers protesting in New Delhi against the recently enacted farm laws.
The protesters raised anti-India and pro-farmer slogans. A huge force of London police was seen deployed near the Indian High Commission as demonstrators gathered on Sunday.
— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2020
Here is what Vishwesh Negi, Minister, Indian High Commission, London said:
Vishwesh Negi, Minister, Indian High Commission, London said that protesters gathered in large numbers in front of High Commission flouting social distancing norms during a pandemic. Permission was sought from Metropolitan Police London for a drive past protest involving about 40 vehicles.
Protest against agriculture reform bills in India is part of a democratic process. Govt of India is in talks with protesters which are still ongoing. Needless to say, it’s an internal issue of India, he added.
It soon became clear that gathering was led by anti-India separatists who had taken opportunity of the farm protests in India to ostensibly back farmers in India but use the opportunity to pursue their own anti-India agenda, said Vishwesh Negi, Minister, Indian High Commission, London.