Lookout notices for perpetrators of Indian mission attack in UK

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) announced that it is seeking the identification of individuals involved in the recent attack on the Indian High Commission in the UK.
The NIA has issued a lookout notice and released pictures of 45 people who were responsible for vandalizing the High Commission and showing disrespect to the Indian National Flag in London back in March.

Earlier on Monday (June 12), National Investigation Agency (NIA) has released over 2 hours of CCTV footage of the attempted vandalisation of the Indian High Commission in London, United Kingdom by anti-national elements.
NIA has appealed to the public to provide information regarding the people seen in the CCTV footage to the agency in the public interest.
The NIA has released CCTV footage of the Khalistani attack, given a WhatsApp number as well seeking information on the vandalisers, while promising to keep the identity of the informant secret.

Notably, a pro-Khalistan protestor in London climbed the High Commission of India's balcony and pulled down the Indian flag on March 19.
A video of the same incident went viral on social media. In the then-viral video, the Khalistani protestor can be seen on the balcony attempting to bring down the Indian flag. At the end of the video, another man reaches the balcony from inside to avert any more harm to the flag.
The Indian community on March 19 held a large gathering in front of the Indian High Commission in London against the "disrespectful act" of Khalistan supporters towards the Indian flag and demanded that the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan and the British government act against the perpetrators at the earliest.


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