British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has assured that this country does not support Khalistani activities or any action against India. According to Lord Rami Ranger, chairman and businessman of teh British Sikh Association, PM Johnson gave this assurance in a meeting. Apart from senior members of the Conservative Party, Chacellor Rishi Sunak was also present in this meeting.
Lord Ranger said ” I told PM Johnson that some separatist organisations are involved in Khalistani activites. On this, he gave a clear assurance that the British government does not support any such organisation or any anti-India activity.”
Lord Ranger, meanwhile referred to the Twitter war with Labor Party MP Preet Gill, “You can’t get self-determination on Twitter, sitting 5,000 miles away, you have to go among the people of your cause. How much support is with you, will test your popularity. “He further said that the people or organisations who talk abot Khalistan should first abondon their British passport and go to India and form a political party there.”
Lord Ranger is also writing a letter to UK Home Minister Preeti Patel to ban any protests outside the Indian High Commission on India’s Independence Day i.e, 15th August 2020.