British government not with Khalistani supporters: Dhesi. Tanmanjit Singh Dhesi, the first turbaned Sikh of Indian origin elected as the Member of Parliament on Labor Party ticket, claims that there is no question of government protection or support to Khalistani supporters in their country. He said that whatever party in the UK might have been the government, support for Khalistani supporters has never been achieved. He said that everyone in their country has the right to make their views public. There may be a thinking of a society or a group of people, but this does not mean that the thinking of particular group is the thinking of the whole community.He said that the 1984 Operation Blue Star also hit the Sikh community living in the United Kingdom, but more pain came to it, when it came to light that the then British Margaret Thatcher government also supported the role of the allies.Dhesi said that his party is not in power, but it will raise the demand of this inquiry in Parliament. He admitted that Immigration law is harder than countries like Canada and Australia, Indian youth, especially Punjabi youth are moving towards those countries for higher education and employment. Regarding this, he said that he would also try to simplify these rules for England.
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