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Khalistan Referendum voting continues in UK amid India’s protest


India’s NSA Ajit Doval protests with the British govt over Khalistan Referendum events across UK.
UK-India tension was reported on Sunday as SFJ held yet another phase of voting from Birmingham and Barking.
The queues for voting, formed on Sunday especially in Birmingham, broke previous records of long queues.

LONDON: The Indian government’s National Security Adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval has protested with the British government over Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) holding major Khalistan Referendum events across the United Kingdom, attracting huge Sikh participation.

Indian media reported that India’s NSA Ajit Doval has made it clear to his UK counterpart Stephen Lovegrove that the Modi government takes strong exception to the UK allowing Khalistan Referendum referendum by “weaponising” a “section of the Indian diaspora”.

Indian media reported that Doval conveyed India’s serious concerns to London for allowing “banned pro-Khalistan organisation Sikhs for Justice to hold a referendum on the secession of Punjab on October 31”.

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