Indian High Commission Incident: The Union Home Ministry has taken major action against those protesting outside the Indian Embassy in London and insulting the country’s flag. The Special Cell of Delhi Police has registered a case against the Khalistan supporters who demonstrated at the London Embassy on the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Investigation has been started against these Khalistan supporters by registering a case under UAPA and PDPP Act.
Police is engaged in identifying such people who, being citizens of India, are living outside and have been part of anti-national protests. It is being told that the Ministry of External Affairs had written a letter to the Union Home Ministry to take action on this matter. According to the information, the Ministry of External Affairs had written a letter to the Union Home Ministry to take action after the demonstration at the Indian Embassy in London.
On whom action will be taken?
On which the Ministry of Home Affairs had asked the Delhi Police to take appropriate legal action. Taking cognizance of this matter, Delhi Police has registered a case under relevant sections of UAPA and PDPP. With this, the Special Cell of Delhi Police has started the investigation.
On the radar of the Delhi Police, those protesting outside the Indian Embassy are those people who are citizens of India and are involved in anti-national activities living abroad.