Govt will not tolerate atrocities against women: PM Modi

Monday, 23 Apr, 2018

The London authorities soon replaced Indian Flag with a new one. There have been no arrests. "Enquiries continue", said a Metropolitian statement.

"India had repeatedly attempted to contact Pakistan's government to inform them about the top-secret operation conducted by the Indian forces", claimed Modi while attending an event in London. An Indian journalist was also roughed up by the protesters and the police had to step in to rescue her at Parliament Square.

"They want British police officers and protesters to be immediately punished and have demonstrated they are more concerned about the removal of the Indian flag than recognising and addressing the atrocities committed in India on a daily basis that the protesters were highlighting".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the heads of 52 other countries that India would train 30 boys and 30 girls under the age of 16 every yearwith the help of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). The group also included some Kashmiri separatist groups, according to DNA. As per reports in the Indian Media, UK's Foreign office has expressed "disappointment" over the incident. There are now concerns that some of the more aggressive elements hijacked the tone of the protests.

Holding placards reading "Modi go home" and "We stand against Modi's agenda of hate and greed", they gathered outside Downing Street and Parliament on Wednesday as Mr Modi arrived for talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Modi told his British counterpart yesterday that there would be no dilution in the importance of the United Kingdom to India after it leaves the European Union, as the two leaders agreed to infuse new energy into bilateral ties post-Brexit.

"Neither do we look at countries with raised eyes nor with lowered eyes", Modi said in response to a question at "Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath", an interaction with the Indian diaspora here organised by the Europe India Forum.

Apart from protesting over the Kathua rape case, anti-Modi protesters from Caste Watch UK and South Asia Solidarity group waved banners such as "Modi, you have blood on your hands" and "Modi Not Welcome".

"We're deeply anguished with the incident involving our national flag".