UK police reject Indian reports


Rejecting the Indian media reports, Scotland Yard has clarified that it did not raid the West London office of the Sikhs For Justice.

The UK police issued the clarification after several Indian media organizations started propaganda that detectives of the metropolitan police had carried out an intelligence-led raid on the pro-Khalistan group over the alleged fraud in Khalistan Referendum.

India’s largest news agency Asian News International reported falsely that on 15 November 2021, Scotland Yard seized material during a raid at the SFJ’s office at Sadda Superstore in Hounslow.

It alleged that the seized material including machines and documents was used to fake the voting turnout of the Khalistan Referendum campaign run by SFJ across the UK.

A Scotland Yard source said no such raid took place at the Hounslow Office of Sikhs for Justice at Sadda Superstore, 356 Bath Road, Hounslow TW4 7DE on 15 November 2021.

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