Other countries have also entered the movement against the three agricultural laws of the central government. Outside the Indian embassy in London, some protesting agricultural laws waved Khalistan flags. Apart from this, some people also raised anti-India slogans.
News agency ANI has shared the video that some people protested against agricultural laws outside the Indian embassy in London. Meanwhile, slogans were raised in support of the farmers. The news agency has claimed that some people protesting there raised anti-India slogans. London police also had to increase security there due to the large number of people gathered outside the embassy.
#WATCH: ‘Khalistani’ flags at a protest opposite Indian High Commission, London. The protest was to be against Indian farm laws. https://t.co/YeOWlFwokj pic.twitter.com/Ez5GF3MxzA— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2020
The ongoing movement against agricultural laws is gradually reaching out to the country and abroad. Sikhs and Punjabis living around the world are joining farmers Andalon.
At the same time, 36 MPs belonging to Britain’s Indian origin and Punjab have asked to raise this issue with PM Modi regarding the agricultural bills. The MPs have written to Foreign Secretary Dominic Rab to discuss PM Modi with the farmers’ movement.