Watch: When ‘Anti-India’ Jeremy Corbyn Was Roasted By Opposition MPs In Typical British Fashion
Watch: When ‘Anti-India’ Jeremy Corbyn Was Roasted By Opposition MPs In Typical British FashionLabour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (Chatham House/Wikimedia Commons)

Controversial Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has overseen his party’s worst electoral performance since 1935 in the recently concluded general elections.

The Labour Party this election has won just 201 seats, a net loss of 57, which has resulted in Corbyn declaring that he would not lead the party in the future.

Incidentally, in the aftermath of Corbyn’s loss, a video dating 2016 has gone viral on Social Media where he can be seen getting brutally roasted by a conservative (Tory) MP.

In the video Corbyn can be seen addressing the House of Commons by informing that he had gone to the European Union (EU) headquarters in Brussels to meet other socialist leaders.

While he was saying, “one of whom said to me...”, a Tory MP interjected to yell “Who are you?”, before Corbyn could complete his statement.

This led to huge laughter among the Tory benches, many of whom then jeered Corbyn while he then looked towards the speaker for help.

Corbyn remains a divisive politician who has been accused of taking anti-India and anti-Hindu positions over Kashmir. He has also been accused of sympathising with Hamas terrorists and harbouring antisemitic sentiments.

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