Terrorist Hawara follower and radical Sikh who committed the careless Glasgow act


Two of the three Sikh radicals who attacked the Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom in Glasgow originated from London.The Glasgow Guru Granth Sahib Gurudwara, in contrast to the SGPC, has personally apologised to Vikram Doraiswami, the Indian High Commissioner to the UK, who was approached by Sikh radicals from London on Friday and prohibited from accessing the temple grounds.The community gurudwara on Albert Road in Glasgow told the High Commissioner in a letter that the three individuals involved in the unpleasant occurrence were not members of their regular congregation and were unknown to them.

Shamsher Singh and Ranveer Singh, two of the three fanatics who attempted to accost the Indian High Commissioner, are both resident in London. Out of this, Ranveer Singh was seen wearing a T-shirt calling for the release of Babbar Khalsa International terrorist Jagtar Singh Hawara, who was involved in the plot to kill the 12th Chief Minister of Punjab, Beant Singh, on August 31, 1995, and was photographed at a shooting range with a rifle. Beant Siingh was killed by Dilawar Singh Babbar, a human bomb, who detonated his bulletproof automobile at the Punjab and Haryana Civil Secretariat in Chandigarh. The terror incident claimed the lives of 17 people while injuring another 15.The committee invited Indian High Commission Doraiswami, an IFS officer from the 1992 batch, to visit the Glasgow Gurudwara in August 2023, and the request was renewed this month. Doraiswami has visited at least four Gurudwaras with the community that has been the most welcoming to the Indian diplomat and his colleagues, despite the rise in Sikh extreme activities.

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