The central government is planning significant measures against Khalistani groups responsible for the violent protests outside the Indian High Commission and embassies in Canada, London, and San Francisco, according to the reports.
Recently, Indian missions in London, British Columbia, and San Francisco were vandalised by alleged pro-Khalistan activists in response to the police action against Amritpal Singh, a Khalistani supporter and leader of 'Waris Punjab De' in Punjab.
The authorities are using CCTV footage to identify those involved in the violence, and have requested the UK, Canadian, and US governments to take action against the culprits.
The Delhi police have already initiated an investigation into the attacks on the Indian High Commission in London. If evidence is found against the protesters, they may be placed on the country's 'blacklist'.
According to media reports, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is expected to discuss the issue of violence with the British government urge them to take strong action against separatists who are attempting to polarize the Indian diaspora in Britain.
Additionally, there are reports suggesting that the Indian government is waiting for the British government to take action against the protesters.
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