'Modi go home' posters greet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in London

What does the royal family do all day? A lot actually

What does the royal family do all day? A lot actually

Some groups protesting against atrocities in India during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here have turned violent after a tricolour was torn down from one of the official flagpoles set up for all 53 Commonwealth countries. There have been no arrests.

The PM made the Berlin stopover after attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in United Kingdom, where he held a series of bilateral meetings on the sidelines.

At the "Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath" programme organised at the iconic Central Hall Westminster in downtown London, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said when "someone has put a terror export factory in place and makes attempts to attack us from the back, Modi knows how to answer in the same language".

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The bad details of the suffering that the young girl had undergone before her death in January came out this month when the police filed charges against the eight accused, inducing national fury. The pro-Khalistani demonstrators from Sikh Federation UK and demonstrators from the so-called "Minorities Against Modi" group, led by Pakistani-origin peer Lord Ahmed, were among almost 500 protesters who descended upon Parliament Square.

"The impromptu removal of the Indian flag by protesters in Parliament Square yesterday towards the end of the demonstration was meant to make a political point against the policies of the Narendra Modi led Indian government that is killing and attacking innocent men, women and children belonging to minorities in India".

Caste Watch UK and South Asia Solidarity group led this protest. Hundreds of supporters and protestors had awaited Modi's arrival in London, holding placards and shouting slogans at Downing Street and the British Parliament. The journalist said that she was intimidated by the protesters when she approached them with her question. This case had concurred with news about another minor who is fighting for justice, alleging the police for not acting against a BJP politician Kuldeep Singh Sengar as she had allegedly raped her a year ago.