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On 9/18/2022 at 10:49 PM, ChardikalaUK said:

We should not get involved in such matters. 

I saw a notice calling on Sikhs and Muslims to join the demo. 

However my other sources state it is a govt sponsored pogrom to cause division. 

The fact that Police failed to arrest the perpetrators suggests they are complicit.  Moreover they protected the criminals by blocking others to carry out a Citizens Arrest, a common law remedy.

Here is a tweet that includes the call on Sikhs and Muslims.



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We don't have to get involved in this matter, nor dispense langar to both sides during their fighting breaks but...
We have to keep a keen eye on these developments because this is a relatively new phenomena. The Hindu diaspora has been largely a docile one in history. There are very few instances of such clashes happening before, Hindus stayed pretty silent even when their women were groomed for decades in the UK. Now we have this happening, the clashes between Hindus and Sikhs in Australia (Vishal Jood case) and so on. The Hindutva goon ideology is spreading and will most likely form a menace for Sikhs in the coming future as well. There might be some Indian Govt interference in such instances as well.

We have to be prepared for clashes in the coming years on 1984 or Khalistan related remembrance events. 

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If I am not mistaken, there has been an influx of Hindu students/migrants into the UK as part of some trade deal with India.

It is quite plausible that there are definitely Hindutva elements in there.

My understanding is that this particular incident stems from an India-Pakistan cricket match and the Pakistani muslim started attacking Hindu businesses etc (though it was reported that these muslims  were largely from outside Leicester ).

Mob violence is largely a numbers game and Leicester has a very high population of Hindus and particularly Gujerati Hindus who are the most ardent Hinduvatis. 


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This article talks about the current violence and mentions previous fights between Sikhs and Muslims:


"In the late 1990s, there was serious violence between Muslim and Sikh youths in Slough, parts of the Midlands and London. As former Slough MP Fiona Mactaggart later noted, ‘rival gangs of Sikh and Muslim youth were trying to kill each other on our streets’."

(The article is written by a Sikh, Hardeep Singh)



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11 hours ago, ChardikalaUK said:

What's it got to do with us. Let the Hindus and Muslims fight, we shouldn't take either's side, but knowing apne, they will support the suls for idiotic reasons. 

The Sikhs are being called to join Muslims. See this. 



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