THE prime minister David Cameron and chancellor George Osborne made impassioned pleas to the Hindu community to vote to remain in the European Union, in “the most important decison” for voters in a lifetime. Cameron visited the Bhaktivedanta Manor in Watford last Friday, while Osborne was at the BAPS Swaminarayan temple in Neasden, north London, on Tuesday as the Remain campaign stepped up its momentum just days be-fore the crucial vote. “One of the reasons it is so important for the British Indian community is we are the gateway for investing (from India) into Europe. That is what (India’s) prime…

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