Dr. Jaishankar tweeted: In that respect he welcomed his assurance. ”
The Indian community in the UK, particularly those in Leicester and Birmingham, have been affected by continued violence between Hindus and Muslims in both cities over the past three weeks, after Hindu places of worship and symbols were destroyed. , feeling anxious and fearful. There have been several clashes between Hindus and Muslims in Leicester, leaving many injured.
The UK and India want a free trade deal on Diwali, and India is also a key ally for the UK as it seeks to deter China’s power and build a defense partnership in the Indo-Pacific. The concerns raised will not be taken lightly.
I shared my concerns about the safety and welfare of the British Indian community. I welcomed his assurances in that regard.
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) 1663799098000
In his tweet, Jaishankar described his conversation with Cleverly, who was recently appointed to the role by UK Prime Minister Liz Truss, as “warm.” “We discussed moving forward with Roadmap 2030,” he said, referring to the goals both countries had set for bilateral relations by then. “I appreciate his commitment to deepening our partnership.” Our conversations also included global issues such as the Indo-Pacific, Ukraine and the UN Security Council.”
The tweet was enthusiastically received on Twitter. A Twitter handle named Missmanaged, who is described as being an Indo-Scottish Hindu from the UK, wrote: “Britain is hostile to Hindus. It gives us hope when it reminds us that we are not.”
Hindu Council UK said: ‘Hindu Council UK is deeply concerned about the violence that took place in Leicester over the weekend. condemn the.”
When a mob of more than 200 descended on the Durga Bhawan Hindu Center in Smethwick on Tuesday night, they threw bottles and fireworks and intimidated the Hindu congregation. A temple flag bearing the word ‘parrot’ was taken down from Leicestershire Brahma Samaj Shivalaya on Belgrave Road on Saturday as a large group of young men rampaged through the streets carrying weapons. Flags have also been removed from outside Hindu homes in Leicester, where Hindus have been involved in various street clashes with Muslims.
Vishva Hindu Parishad has sent a letter to British Prime Minister Liz Truss urging urgent action against the continuing violence against Hindus in Leicester. Destroyed and Hindus exposed to terrorism.