New Delhi :

British Foreign Minister James Cleverley's statement has come to the fore on the nuisance of Khalistan supporters at the Indian High Commission in London.

He said that whatever happened cannot be accepted.

We are talking to London Police to review the security of the High Commission and will make changes as needed. "Violence towards staff at the Indian High Commission in London is unacceptable. I have written to High Commissioner Vikram Doraiswami We have made our position clear. A police investigation is ongoing in this regard, we are in touch with the Indian High Commission in London and the Government of India in New Delhi. We are working with the Metropolitan Police to review security at the High Commission, And will make necessary changes to ensure the safety of its employees, such as Wednesday's security arrangements."

Let me tell you, there were tremendous arrangements on Wednesday, due to which the pro-Khalistan protesters could not get ahead of the barricade.

Earlier, on Sunday also they entered the High Commission and tried to insult the tricolor, they broke the windows.

On this, India summoned the Deputy High Commissioner of the UK and asked for an answer.

On Wednesday, additional barricades were removed in front of the UK High Commission and High Commissioner's residence in Delhi.

In fact, around 2,000 protesters gathered near the Indian High Commission in London on Wednesday for a demonstration waving Khalistan flags and throwing some objects and shouting slogans amid tight security arrangements and barricades.

The Indian High Commission responded to the protesters by hoisting an additional tricolor on the roof of its building, which further enraged the protesters and threw some objects and water bottles at police officers and media persons.

On this 'Scotland Yard' increased the blockade outside the High Commission and immediately deployed several additional officers there.

Police had made more tight security arrangements to stop the protesters.

Protesters, including turbaned men and some women and children, were brought in the bus from different parts of the UK and raised pro-Khalistan slogans.

Banners calling for so-called "national demonstrations" by groups such as the Federation of Sikh Organizations (FSO) and the Sikh Youth Jathebandiya have been circulating on social media ahead of Sunday's violent protest outside India House.

The Government of India had strongly protested against the lack of security arrangements outside its diplomatic mission.

During the protest, pro-Khalistan flags were waved and the windows of the mission were broken and an attempt was made to bring down the tricolor.

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