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Rishi Sunak and the UK Government is Putting British Sikh Lives in Danger

January 22, 2024 | By

London: In a press release by the Sikh Federation UK, it is said that the organization’s Principal Adviser Dabinderjit Singh has criticized the risk of the extreme Hindutva ideology that is allegedly being exported by the current Indian government across the globe.

Dabinderjit Singh maintained that British national, Jagtar Singh Johal was abducted by Indian police in November 2017 and tortured. Within days he was shown dozens of photographs of Sikh activists.
He further said that four of those Sikh activists have been extrajudicially murdered by the Indian Government, including Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada and Avtar Singh Khanda in the UK.

The UK Government under Rishi Sunak is hanging out Sikhs to dry, he added.

Many Sikhs have come to the conclusion that Rishi Sunak because of his personal prejudices against Sikhs has been unashamedly allowed (by the official Opposition and many UK politicians) to not only demonise, but put British Sikh lives in danger.

In this statement (copy available with SSN) Dabinderjit Singh, said: “We believe dozens of British Sikh activists are on India’s “hit-list” and the UK government has this information as the Indian government has been asking the UK Government to silence the same individuals by arresting, imposing restrictions or extraditing them to India.”

“The UK government need to come clean and warn all British Sikhs who are at risk from the Indian government or stand accused of complicity.”

“Transnational repression by the Indian government is a step too far and governments across the globe need to take a tough stand, including the UK Government.”

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