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The Khalistan flag has replaced India’s at the Indian High Commission in London.



Khalistan's flag has replaced India's at the Indian High Commission in London.

The Khalistan flag has replaced India’s at the Indian High Commission in London.

As a show of support for the more than 11,000 Sikhs voting in Brisbane, Australia’s second round of the Khalistan Referendum. 

More than 8,000 miles away, pro-Khalistan Sikh activists replaced the Indian flag at the London High Commission with the flag of Khalistan.

Supporters of Khalistani assaults the Indian High Commission in London and lower the flag; a UK ambassador was summoned.

Because High Commissioner Alex Ellis was not in Delhi at the time of the incident, sources indicate that British Deputy High Commissioner Christina Scott calls to the MEA.

The video showed a group of about twenty Sikh students chanting religious slogans and demanding the establishment of Khalistan in front of the Indian High Commission in the heart of London.

One of the guys with turbans climbs the high commission from the building’s front and reaches the balcony at the top, where the Indian flag flew.

The Sikh guy immediately removes the Indian Tiranga and replaces it with the flag of Khalistan.

The Khalistan flag raises as the on-the-ground supporters entirely remove the Indian flag.

Before the Sikh man steps off the balcony, there is a brief standoff after two members of the Indian high commission arrive on the patio from within.

Before the voting in Khalistan, tensions were rising in Brisbane.

As tensions between The Indian authorities and Sikhs rise internationally over claims of escalating human rights violations against Sikhs in India. 

Numerous pro-Khalistan Sikhs apprehends and forced the closure of India’s honorary consulate in Brisbane. 

Raising tensions ahead of the Khalistan Referendum vote on March 19. 

The Australian government also updated its travel warning, which cautions its citizens against visiting India due to a “high risk of violence” in some states, including Punjab.

The Indian flag removes for the first time from the Indian High Commission building.

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, general counsel for Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), stated that the Khalistan flag had been placed in the place of the Indian flag at the London High Commission to draw attention to the ongoing Indian occupation of Punjab and to convey the message that the only viable alternative is the establishment of a Sikh homeland.

Referendum Supporters

He claimed that the Narendra Modi administration in Punjab still represses Sikh activists who support Khalistan.

“Hundreds of Khalistan Referendum supporters and their family members have been forcibly detained and tortured throughout Punjab over the past few days,” stated Pannun.

Punjab is currently experiencing a severe security crackdown.

In Punjab, the internet has completely shut down, and the government is working to apprehend people who practice Sikhism.

The formation of Khalistan has been the sole objective of Sikhs since Operation Blue Star in 1984, he continued.

Sikhs are subject to repression from India simply because this is the only solution.

The global effort for the Khalistan Referendum is a step on the right path for the Punjab Khalistan Referendum.

Almost 12,000 Sikhs participated in the second phase of the Australian Khalistan Referendum, which coincided with the development at the Indian High Commission in London.

Australian Sikhs react to Indian cyber attacks and attempts to halt Khalistan Referendum voting.

In the face of a significant wave of Indian cyber security mercenary attacks on electronic voting machines. 

Australian Sikhs have reacted forcefully to the Indian prime minister’s attempts to halt voting for the Khalistan Referendum in Australia at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The pro-Khalistan secessionist party SFJ, which organized the referendum vote, stated that it believed hackers supported by the Indian government were responsible for the planned attack.

Despite Cyberattacks.

The “Battlefield — Brisbane” Khalistan Referendum Voting Center dedicates to Shaheed Bhai Harmeet Singh Bhaowal and Shaheed Bibi Baljinder Kaur today, March 19. 

They were killed in Haryana, India, on December 5, 1992, together with their nine-month-old baby Pavittar Singh.

Brisbane’s referendum on Khalistan receives over 11,000 votes despite cyberattacks.

Despite a significant influx of Indian cyber security mercenary attacks on electronic voting devices, 

The voting process interrupts three times due to a significant cyber security attack alleged by Indian hackers on the electronic internet voting system.

Within 30 minutes of the commencement of the vote, the first attack conducts, and the system shut down.

Within thirty minutes, the system was back online. 

Following the second and third cyberattacks, the system recovers in under 20 minutes.

Large banners bearing the slogans “Khalistan Referendum, Punjab, Shimla Capital” and Khalistan Referendum outside the exhibition center. 

The secession of Punjab from India displayed support for Khalistan and Sikh rights.

With a record-breaking turnout of over 50,000 voters in the first part of voting in Melbourne at the end of January this year. 

The SFJ organized the second phase of the referendum in Brisbane.

In Sydney in June of this year, the third and final leg of the Australian phase will take place.

Should Indian-Governed Punjab be an Independent Country? the SFJ has organized voting under the Punjab Referendum Commission’s (PRC) direction.

Independent Khalistan

Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, general counsel of SFJ and an attorney residing in New York, claimed that Australian Sikhs had vigorously reacted to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s attempts to prevent voting on the Khalistan Referendum in Australian cities.

Sikhs turn out in large numbers around the West to show support for independent Khalistan, says Council President

According to Dr. Bakhshish Singh Sandhu, president of the Council of Khalistan, Sikhs were turning out in large numbers in city after city around the West to vote to show their support for establishing an independent state of Khalistan for Sikhs.

He claimed that Sikhs residing outside of India were defiantly expressing themselves and demanding liberation for Punjab from Indian occupation because the Hindutva regime in India had denied them even the most fundamental of human rights.

The referendum’s voting commences in October 2021 in the UK’s seven cities and has also been held in Switzerland, Italy, and two Canadian locations.

Over 230,000 Sikhs estimate to live in Australia as of the 2021 census. However, local Sikhs claim that the actual figure is closer to 300,000.

130,000 Sikhs lived in Australia as of 2016. Over 700,000 Hindus lived in Australia, according to the census in 2021.

Melbourne has the most Sikh residents, followed by Sydney and Brisbane.

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