'Go, Drink Cow Urine,' Pro-Khalistan Protester Hurls Religious, Racist Jibes At Gujarati Hindu Man In London
On Wednesday (22 March), a pro-Khalistan group staged an aggressive protest outside the Indian High Commission in London.
The protest went on for three hours with agitators turning violent, throwing water bottles and smoke flares at the building.
A particularly distressing video surfaced from the protests where a pro-Khalistani man is seen abusing a Gujarati Hindu man, who happened to pass by, with racist and hateful remarks directed at his religion.
The protester says (translated), “You are a Gujarati. You will be seen nowhere if we slap you twice. If you want to have our free langar, do it and get lost. Your race drinks cow urine and do drama. Tell all your Gujarati friends that if war starts, we will enter your houses in Gujarat and fight. Now go and drink cow urine.”
Watch the video here:
The abusive man has been identified as Gurcharan Singh, member of a group called Dal Khalsa.
A Twitter user posted a picture of Gurcharan with Paramjit Singh Pamma, who is on National Investigation Agency (NIA)’s most wanted list and is believed to be a member of Khalistan Tiger Force.
In 2018, Republic TV news channel captured Gurcharan as saying on camera that the activities of Khalistanis were being funded by China, Pakistan and Communist groups. He also admitted to having funded Aam Aadmi party in the 2017 Assembly elections.
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