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    Eye On Indian Community, UK Poll Manifestos Mention Kashmir, Punjab

    A commitment to forge stronger links with India and the Commonwealth in the Conservative party manifesto released on Sunday set it apart from those of Labour and the Liberal Democrats, which have promised to focus more on caste, Kashmir and Punjab.
    Unlike the Conservative party’s 2017 manifesto that made no mention of India, the 2019 version released by Prime Minister Boris Johnson says: “We will also forge stronger links with the Commonwealth, which boasts some of the world’s most dynamic economies such as India, with which we already share deep historical and cultural connections”.
    “We will use export finance to increase our businesses’ access to emerging markets and engage diaspora communities in the UK with this agenda”.
    This mention was quickly interpreted as the Conservative being the only party to make a ‘prominent pro-India statement’. The party has taken positions closer to influential sections of the 1.5 million-strong Indian community that closely tracks and follows trends in India.
    The Liberal Democrats, the third major party that is going to the people with a promise to stop Brexit, did not mention India, but reiterated its intention to outlaw caste-based discrimination in the UK, a sensitive issue that has divided the community in recent years.
    The Liberal Democrats and Labour have been supporting enacting such a legislation, while the Conservative government led by Theresa May shelved plans to do so on the ground that instead of a new law, it can be prevented through case law developing in courts and tribunals.
    The Labour manifesto promises to tender a full apology for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre, as well as hold a public review into Britain’s role in the 1984 Operation Bluestar, as was revealed in declassified documents in 2014.
    Reiterating its human rights-focused view of conflicts across the globe, Labour said in its manifesto: “The Conservatives have failed to play a constructive role in resolving the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises, including in Kashmir, Yemen and Myanmar, and the escalation of tensions with Iran”.
    Labour found itself in some trouble with the Indian community over its resolution in September criticising New Delhi’s structural changes in the status of Jammu and Kashmir. It also supported Kashmir protests outside the Indian high commission, which turned violent.
    Labour’s stand on Kashmir riled New Delhi and large sections of the community, many of whom have been circulating messages on social media with appeals not to vote for Labour in the December 12 election. Labour not fielding an Indian-origin candidate to replace the outgoing MP in Leicester East, Keith Vaz, has caused further upset.

    https://www.hindustantimes.com/indi...-manifestos/story-ndR33DnkSVAZRapnQBiePJ.html
     
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    Pakistani sponspored separatist group JKLF backs Labour Party in upcoming UK elections

    The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), a Pakistan sponsored terrorist organisation has announced its unconditional support to the Labour party in the upcoming elections in the United Kingdom.

    JKLF’s UK branch has released a statement extending its support to the UK Labour party ahead of the December 12th elections in the country.

    Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), largest political movement of JK origin, has reaffirmed it’s commitment to @UKLabour cause, and has announced unconditional support for Labour Party and @jeremycorbyn in historic General Elections in the UK on 12th December. @naomi2009 pic.twitter.com/cgjW8ZQ5C2

    — JKLF MEDIA CELL UK (@JklfUk) November 26, 2019

    In a letter written to the Labour Party chief Corbyn, the JKLF has stated that it has decided to extend its complete support to the party “on behalf of the Kashmiri diaspora in the UK, and particularly thousands of members of the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF)”.

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    The JKLF has also expressed its gratitude towards the Labour Party and Jeremy Corbyn for adopting a ‘unanimous resolution on the issue of Kashmir, which had pushed for mediation as a process to solve Kashmir issue.’

    The Labour Party, which is led by controversial leader Jeremy Corbyn, has often taken an anti-India stance and has also extended its support to various propaganda pushed by pro-Pakistan elements in the United Kingdom.

    Recently, the Labour party had asked Corbyn to meet the high commissioners of both India and Pakistan to ensure there is “mediation” and restoration of peace and normality to prevent a potential nuclear conflict. On September 25, the Labour Party had passed a resolution that supported “international intervention in Kashmir and a call for UN led-referendum.”

    After massive outrage by the Indian diaspora and over fears of losing British-Indian votes, Jeremy Corbyn’s labour party had later backtracked on its resolution. In a complete turnaround, the Labour Party’s chairperson, Ian Lavery, has called Kashmir a ‘bilateral issue’ and said that it should be resolved by India and Pakistan. It states that the Labour party is opposed to external interference in the political affairs of any other country.

    Read: Fear of losing British-Indian votes and money? UK Labour Party backtracks on its Kashmir stand, says issue bilateral

    The Labour party’s stand on Kashmir is contrary to India’s position on Kashmir. India has categorically told the international community that its move on Kashmir was an internal matter. India has always maintained that any dialogues with Pakistan will be bilateral only.

    Apart from this, after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, JKLF activists, prominent British-Pakistanis associated with the Labour Party, and even several Labour party MPs in the UK were part of anti-India protests that had seen attacks on the Indian High Commission building in the UK in September 2019.

    JKLF, with support from several Pakistani-British groups, has been mobilising people to hold rallies to garner support against India over the Kashmir issue.

    JKLF is one of notorious Pakistan sponsored terror outfits and also has been one of the chief initiators of radicalisation and terrorism in the Kashmir valley. Its chief Yasin Malik is currently facing charges for killing 4 Indian Air Force personnel in cold blood. The JKLF in the Kashmir Valley was banned by the Indian government under the revamped anti-terror law in March 2019.

    https://www.opindia.com/2019/11/jklf-labour-uk-jeremy-corbyn-kashmir-pakistan-yasin-malik/
     
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    UK Election: Polls Show Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party Heading for 80-Seat Majority by Vijeta Uniyal

    The latest polls show British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has increased his lead over Labour Party rival Jeremy Corbyn.

    “Boris Johnson’s Tories have established their biggest lead over Labour for two years,” the British newspaper The Telegraph reported. With less than three weeks to go until the December 12 election, the Conservative party is “on course for 80 seat majority” in the 650-seat Lower House, the newspaper predicted citing a “monthly poll of polls.”
    The left-wing newspaper The Guardian gave Conservatives a 19-point lead over the rival Labour, projecting around 47 percent of the total vote. Corbyn’s party trails at 28 percent, with the pro-EU Liberal Democrats slipping to 12 percent, the poll predicted over the weekend.

    The upcoming election is not between the ruling Conservative and the opposition Labour party. The voters were divided between those who want to leave the European Union and those who wish to stay.

    “Voters seem to have mostly sorted themselves into Leavers and Remainers and they are much readier to switch parties within those groups, than they are to change group,” The Telegraph added, citing polling data.

    The Johnson-led Conservative party’s poll numbers began rising early this month after Nigel Farage withdrew almost 360 Brexit Party candidates, to unify anti-EU vote in constituencies where the Tories had better chances of winning. The surge continued after Jeremy Corbyn, a lifelong socialist, presented his plan to ‘nationalize’ critical sectors of the British economy.
    Following Farage’s decision, the “Conservatives have successfully squeezed the Brexit Party,” The Telegraph wrote on Saturday. Johnson’s party “now have the support of nine times as many voters as the Brexit Party.”

    Conservatives were doing well in traditionally Labour-leaning areas, polls predict.

    “The Tories have been buoyed by a better-than-expected reception in Scotland, where they once feared they would lose most of their 13 seats but are now confident of holding almost all of them,” the Irish Times reported on Monday. “They expect to pick up seats from Labour in Wales and across the midlands and the north of England.”

    The Labour Party, traditionally a working-class party, is failing to rally the base around Corbyn.

    “[O]nly 75 per cent of Labour supporters” expected to turn out for the vote, UK’s Daily Mail projected.

    To get people to vote, Corbyn has announced handouts to the tune of hundreds of billions of pounds from free high-speed internet to every home to building 100,000 cheap houses each year.

    “Labour leader appears to have gathered momentum after revealing his radical manifesto promising mass giveaways,” the Daily Mail reported.

    The Corbyn-led Labour Party set its eyes on migrant voters by promising to loosen the immigration rules and make it easier to get their families over to the UK. The party has pledged to “maintain and extend freedom of movement rights.” The move could double the country’s migrant population by 2030 from the current mark of nearly 10 million, the UK Home Secretary and Conservative politician, Priti Patel, warned.

    In what The London Times newspaper described as “an unprecedented intervention into politics,” the UK’s Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis wrote an op-ed criticizing Corbyn for his handling of antisemitism within the Labour Party. Corbyn, who has a lifelong history of making common cause with left-wing and Islamic extremists and terrorist groups, is “unfit for high office,” the Chief Rabbi said in his piece.
    “Elections should be a celebration of democracy. However, just weeks before we go to the polls, the overwhelming majority of British Jews are gripped by anxiety,” he explained. “Raising concerns about anti-Jewish racism in the context of a general election ranks among the most painful moments I have experienced since taking office.”
    Earlier this month, the leading British Jewish newspaper Jewish Chronicle published a blistering front-page editorial urging non-Jewish voters not to vote for Corbyn. Citing Labour leaders’ “racist views,” the weekly highlighted the “the deep fear he inspires among” the country’s tiny Jewish minority.

    Close to half of the Jews residing in the UK were “seriously considering” leaving the country if Labour wins the December 12 election, a recent poll revealed. A separate survey among the British Jews found that “more than 85 per cent believed [Corbyn] was personally antisemitic,” The Times revealed.

    Corbyn, like many other European socialists, sees the growing migrant Muslim population as a replacement for the traditional working class. Radical Muslims, streaming in from the Middle East and Arab North Africa, traditionally share a deep hatred for the Western civilization with their leftist counterparts. Islamists, just like the agitators on the Left, have a penchant for offense taking and grievance-mongering. Not to forget their shared urge to blame someone else for their self-inflicted miseries, especially the Jews.

    Keeping Britain’s borders open isn’t some naive virtue signaling on the part of the Corbyn or the Labour Party, but a cynical instrument to re-engineer society and the electoral base. The antisemitic attacks on Jews, much like the violence against women, are just ‘collateral’ damage on the path towards multicultural utopia.

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2019/...ityheading-for-a-80-seat-majority-polls-show/
     
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    Shame to see some British Indians supporting the clowns below.Claudia Webbe was parachuted by the Labour leadership as a candidate for Leicester East.She was one of the strong supporters of Labour's anti-India Kashmir Resolution.Leicester East has a large British Indian population - mostly of Gujarati origin from East Africa.
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    Jeremy Corbyn's dubious stage-mates: Labour wannabe-MPs who were caught sharing posts about 'mass murdering Rothschilds' and 'Zionist masters' stand alongside leader as he brands anti-Semitism 'vile'
    • In London at lunchtime he was flanked by Claudia Webbe and Apsana Begum
    • Webbe defended Livingstone after he compared Jewish reporter to camp guard
    • Ms Begum shared Facebook post about Saudi Arabia's 'Zionist masters' in 2017
    • And Afzal Khan apologised in July for sharing 'anti-Semitic conspiracy' on Facebook
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ds-anti-Semitism-vile-does-not-apologise.html
     
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    Members will find this site informative.How British Indians view the circus.

     
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    The Big Issue At This Election Isn't Brexit – It's Jeremy Corbyn

    Voters are shunning Labour and even the Lib Dems for one reason: the fear of putting him in No 10

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    Labour Faces A Battle To Hold On To Hindu Voters
    By Guy Dampier 19 November 2019

    A few weeks ago Jeremy Corbyn managed to upset an entire country. It began innocently enough, when he tweeted about his “very productive meeting with UK representatives from the Indian Congress Party” during which they had “discussed the human rights situation in Kashmir”.

    In most contexts that might have been innocuous enough, but for the Congress Party it was a disaster. It looked like they were meeting a representative of a former imperial power to discuss a highly sensitive matter, which many Indians consider to be a purely internal or at most bilateral issue. Congress immediately distanced themselves from Corbyn’s claim. Indian news channel Republic TV aired a fiery segment in which talking heads condemned Corbyn and his record on terrorism.

    Shortly before this Labour had passed a motion at conference which called on international observers to enter Jammu and Kashmir as well as demanding the right of self-determination for Kashmiris. Labour’s Keith Vaz issued a statement after the motion passed, saying it “created unnecessary divisions within the Indian and Pakistani diaspora in the UK”. He wrote to his party’s NEC and Corbyn, calling on them to recall the motion. He was backed by Indian-born MP Virendra Sharma, who said he “fully supported” Vaz and that these were internal Indian matters, not matters of Labour policy.

    Labour Friends of India (LFIN) went one step further and appeared to criticise the involvement of Pakistani-origin Labour MPs with the motion, calling on Labour not to allow the “politics of the subcontinent to divide communities here in Britain”. Shortly afterwards, no fewer than 110 British Indian organisations signed a letter addressed to Corbyn, expressing their “deep dismay” at the “one-sided and divisive” Kashmir motion.

    The Kashmir motion also led Satish K Sharma of the National Council of Hindu Temples to compare the issue to Labour’s anti-Semitism scandal. It should be noted that in 2015 and 2017 the National Council of Hindu Temples (NCHT) urged Hindus to vote Conservative but was forced to withdraw the advice by the Charity Commission. The NCHT has accused Corbyn and Labour of “internal apartheid” and “anti-Indian racism” over the Kashmir motion.

    Rising tensions weren’t helped by claims in the Indian press that a “Kashmir Cell” within the Pakistani High Commission in Britain were responsible for organising a protest march on Diwali, which led to anger amongst some Hindus who saw their holy day being hijacked. Navin Shah, a Labour councillor and London Assembly Member, wrote to Sadiq Khan to request the protest be cancelled. Khan himself condemned the plan but was unable to cancel the event.

    Now this rancour threatens to spill over into the general election and potentially damage Labour’s chances.

    Take the selections in the normally safe Labour seat of Leicester East, where Vaz is departing after 32 years as MP. The choice of Corbyn all Claudia Webbe as the candidate has led to real anger. Webbe has pointed out that although she is an Islington councillor, she was born and raised in Leicester. Her rivals were less sanguine. Sundip Meghani, who missed out on selection, wrote on his blog that Webbe’s candidacy was “a slap in the face for the Indian community in Leicester and across Britain” because she comes from non-Indian heritage and was on the NEC when the Kashmir motion was passed.

    LFIN have also criticised the way that Labour have failed to increase the number of Indian-heritage MPs, even in seats with large Indian-heritage populations such as Leicester East. “Relations between the Indian community and the Labour Party are already strained” due to the “anti-Indian rhetoric contained in the emergency motion on Kashmir”, LFIN said in a statement.

    This is certainly an attack being seized on by the Conservative candidate in Leicester East, Bhupen Dave, who has been focusing on the Kashmir motion to attack Labour. He’s not the only one, as Conservative MP Bob Blackman, whose seat of Harrow East has a large number of Hindus, has come out strongly in favour of India over Kashmir.
    At a meeting of Conservative Friends of India early this year Blackman was alleged to have said that the Conservatives should work more closely with the Indian nationalist BJP party. Overseas Friends of BJP UK (OFBJP UK) and Friends of India Society International have said they will campaign for the Conservative Party in 48 marginal seats. OFBJP UK have also reportedly been in talks with Hindu temples about campaigning for the Conservatives, although this may affect their charitable status.

    With the calling of the general election, Indian nationalist tensions have risen yet again. A recent report showed that WhatsApp is being used to circulate messages to British Hindus, calling on them not to vote for Labour. “Pass this to every TRUE Indian”, one reads, before going on to claim that “there are now no excuses left for any Indian to still be with the Labour Party”. The messages accuse Labour of being anti-India and anti-Hindu. Some include suggested talking points, like questioning Labour candidates about why in Pakistan “Hindu minor girls are, on a daily basis, being abducted and forcibly converted to Islam and married to Muslims”.

    Journalist Sunny Hundal compared these attacks to previous polarising campaigns among British Muslims and Sikhs. Either way, the messaging has already had a clear political effect, with Labour chairman Ian Lavery writing a letter in which he admitted that the Kashmir motion had caused offence and making clear that Labour “will not take a pro-Indian or pro-Pakistan stance on Kashmir”.

    Lavery’s letter shows how much Labour fears losing these voters. Traditionally, Hindu voters have tended to lean towards Labour, but at the 2015 election the Conservatives received one million ethnic minority votes for the first time ever, and a post-election survey showed the Conservatives leading Labour with Hindus by 49% to 41%.

    Both Conservatives and Labour sense that this election could decide which way Hindus choose to vote in future. In the more immediate term, securing Hindu support on December 12 could well be crucially important to who forms our next government.

    Guy Dampier is a senior consultant at Percival Group, a political consultancy
    https://capx.co/labour-faces-a-battle-to-hold-on-to-hindu-voters/
     
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    Corbyn is an antisemitic, pro jihadi, anti Indian cunt- a Conservative win is therefore much more desirable for India. Boris was miles ahead of Corbyn until this week but the polls are tightening now. There is a concerted campaign by the BBC and other leftist mouthpieces to dig up all manner of dirt on Boris in order to further discredit him- the latest being condescending comments he made about single mothers and unemployed men in an article 25 years ago. Though I'm not a big fan of Boris myself, I'm inclined to support him on this occasion since he's the only one who appears to have a plan to extricate the country from the chaos of the past three years-Brexit fatigue has well and truly set in among the population and even my wife, a die hard remainer who usually wastes her vote on the libdems, is reluctantly backing Boris so we can put this bloody mess behind us.

    That said, this a very difficult election to call- mainly because the country is split roughly down the middle into remain in the EU/leave camps across party lines. With Boris firmly committing to leaving if he wins, many Tory/Libdem remainers may switch to Labour, despite all the legitimate concerns about Corbyn's political and social agenda, just to stop Brexit. Recent polling suggests this is already happening with the Libdem (the other main remain party) vote getting increasingly squeezed. There are even several apps that tell you which remain party is best placed to beat Tories in each constituency so there may be a lot of tactical voting by remainers that could ultimately hurt the Tories.

    Although Conservatives are the only main party supporting leave, the Brexit Party is still polling around 4-5% and could siphon off enough votes (without winning anything) to damage Tory chances of wresting key Labour marginal seats that Boris so desperately needs to win in order to compensate for potential losses in remain backing areas like Scotland and London.

    In the end I think Boris will scrape through with a modest majority as long as Trump does not endorse him (Boris has specifically asked him not to offer support during his visit tomorrow) he does not commit any major gaffs and no major scandal is revealed between now and the 12th.
     
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    Boris Johnson: Boris performs puja at UK temple, vows to partner with Modi to build ‘new India’ | World News - Times of India

    LONDON: British premier Boris Johnson on Saturday performed a puja before Shri Nilkanth Varni inside one of the UK’s largest Hindu temples. He also made a wish along with his girlfriend Carrie Symonds in their first joint appearance during the campaign trail for the general elections in Britain.

    Sporting a ‘tilak’, Johnson had been briefed by a senior Hindu monk at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in London, known as Neasden Temple, that whoever prays before the deity achieves whatever they wish for. “I’m not telling you what I wished for,” he said as Symonds, dressed in a gold and pink saree, giggled.

    He added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had told him that Indians are always on the winning side. “I hope so,” he said. Johnson then performed an ‘abhishek’ (ritual of offering water before the deity) before proceeding to the inner sanctum where he offered flower petals to Bhagwan Swaminarayan, to whom the temple is dedicated.

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com...i-to-build-new-india/articleshow/72430962.cms

    hahahaha..
    Me likez :cruisin2:
    Finally if Yindoos stand together ....
     
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    Exit polls are predicting a conservative majority . Hope it turns out true a hard lesson of communist donkey Corbyn not to lick paki pigs too much
     
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    Having fun watching BBC................
    i would be looking out for peaceful seats in labour..
     
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    Done dusted . Boris Johnson is leading Conservative to their greatest victory After John Major victory in 1992 ...Jereeey me coobrain Labourandu MKB

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    Abhi bhi ye log kahenge Fascism is on a rise all over the world. Abhi democracy nahi rahi
     
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    Just found out that labour had promised stuff like nationalisation in their manifesto!
     
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    Boys and girls!!! Let’s not forget to cheer and encourage growing Islamic influence in Britain..
     
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    The best thing is go to tweeter and see the comments sections under the UK poll results its mostly from USA and no guessing its democrats who are doing same guilty wala story. Dear UK voters blood is in your hands , UK sorry but you have voted so suffer . Chutiye apne desh ka dekho re . democats literally are having lunatic supporter base who keep going abusing everyone across the globe who don't vote for leftshits parties . i won't be surprised if democats start abusing indian's for not voting congress in 2024 ..looks like global left loony cartel is licking each others back ...
     
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    Lol, another torn Salwar in paki closet. Remember reading those comments on news portals by Abduls writing India dare snap relationship with UK over corbyn resolution on Kashmir.

    Corbyn is out. Thanks for that paki nigger who did jihad on bridge and displayed his pakistaniyat.

    Some tweets says corbyn was leading till 5 pm and then hard working brits voted after their job hours. Gives an impression that freeloaders, good for nothing Abduls form votebank of corbyn.
     

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