UK, India come together to fight pro-Khalistani extremism
The Business Guardian|August 12, 2023
The United Kingdom’s Security Minister, Tom Tugendhat has announced a new funding of 95,000 pounds (around Rs 1 crore) to improve Britain’s ability and skills to handle “proKhalistan extremism”, as mentioned by the British High Commission in a readout on Tugendhat’s three-day visit to India that began on Thursday, 10 August.
UK, India come together to fight pro-Khalistani extremism

This announcement on the new funding comes after growing concerns in India over the increasing activities of pro-Khalistani extremists in the UK. Tugendhat is visiting India to strengthen bilateral cooperation on security-related initiatives and attend the G20 anti-corruption ministerial meeting.

The high commission stated, “During a meeting with India’s External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar, in New Delhi on Thursday, Tugendhat announced the new funding to enhance the UK's capability to tackle Pro-Khalistan Extremism."

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