Indian diaspora greet Narindera Modi in London


LONDON: British capital witnessed two demonstration one in favour and other against visiting Indian Prime Minister Narindera Modi.
A large number of members of India diaspora demonstrated chanting slogans in favour of India’s development and against “atrocities” taking place in the country have greeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi as arrived at 10 Downing Street to hold talks with his British counterpart Theresa May.
A flash mob of sari-clad women with dhols set the tone for the pro-Modi crowds opposite 10 Downing Street as the Indian prime minister arrived for his bilateral meeting with May on Wednesday.
They were joined by the Friends of India Society International (FISI) group, which spearheaded a crowd of Indian diaspora from across the UK waving banners such as ‘Chak De India’ and ‘Jai Hind’ outside Downing Street and nearby Parliament Square. “We want to welcome the Indian prime minister to the UK and show him the diaspora support he enjoys,” said one of the members of the gathering.