India condemns ‘violence perpetrated against Indian community in Leicester’

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In a press launch posted on its official Twitter deal with, the High Commission of India, London, stated: “We have strongly taken up this matter with the UK authorities and have sought rapid motion against these concerned in these assaults.”

Over the previous 24 hours, media in the United Kingdom have been reporting on “large-scale” and “critical” dysfunction in the English metropolis of Leicester to the northwest of London after road clashes between massive teams of Hindus and Muslims.

According to media experiences, bother started after the Aug 28 India-Pakistan cricket match and escalated over the weekend.

Reports circulating on social media claimed the spark this weekend was a protest march, with footage exhibiting police trying to carry again two units of crowds as objects similar to glass bottles had been thrown, and a few folks may very well be seen carrying sticks and batons.

“We have had quite a few experiences of an outbreak of dysfunction in elements of the east Leicester space of the town,” Leicestershire Police short-term chief constable Rob Nixon stated in a Twitter video.

(With inputs from PTI)


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