• Thursday, October 06, 2022


UK envoy to India says parliament carnage was attack on ‘values shared by UK and India’

Dominic Asquith (left) pictured here with the former Indian high commissioner to the UK Navtej Sarna

By: Sarwar Alam

A day after the terror strike on the UK parliament, the British envoy to India on Thursday (23) said it was an attack on the values shared by Britain, India and many other countries, and pitched for greater cooperation to defeat the menace. British high commissioner to India Dominic Asquith said counter-terrorism measures are an important part of Britain’s engagement with India. The envoy also lauded the “extraordinary strength” of the British people and said they showed courage to deal with the situation. “It’s a very emotional reminder of the extraordinary strength that lies in society. The response from individuals was really heartwarming… “As London will return to ordinary life,…

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