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Video: 'End Mob Lynching' billboard outside Lord's before CWC 2019 Final

Similar billboards were also spotted outside the Lord's to protest against human rights abuses in Balochistan

Tuesday July 16, 2019 8:31 PM, ummid.com News Network

End Mob Lynching Billboard Video

London: In yet another embarassing moment for the BJP-led NDA government headed by Narendra Modi, mobile billboard expressing concerns over the incidents of Mob Lynching and killing of Muslims and Dalits in India was seen outside Lord's Cricket Ground before the Cricket World Cup Final 2019 Sunday.

The video of a truck carrying mobile billboard saying "End Mob Lynching, Save Minorities in India" is also being widely shared using different Social Media Platforms.

The truck carrying the mobile billboard was soptted outside Lord's stadium as England and New Zealand prepared for the final of Cricket World Cup 2019 final (#CWC19).

Similar billboards were also spotted outside the Lord's to protest against human rights abuses in Balochistan.

A plane was also seen flying over Headingley stadium in Leeds where India played against Sri Lanka in a World Cup cricket match. The plane carried the message “India stop genocide and free Kashmir”.

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Earlier, the Labour Party had also slammed India over the violent attacks on Muslims and urged the British government to look into the matter and intervene.

Calling the matter extremely worrying, Jonathan Ashworth, a Labour Party MP from Leicester South wrote a letter last week to foreign secretary and prime ministerial hopeful Jeremy Hunt saying that many of his constituents had raised concerns that the Indian government was not doing enough to curb the attacks.

“The situation in India is extremely worrying. There have been reports of religiously motivated killings, assaults, riots, discrimination, vandalism and actions restricting the right of individuals to practice their religious beliefs", Jonathan Ashworth wrote in his letter.

Responding to the letter, the British Foreign Office said that it condemns all instances of discrimination because of religion or belief, "regardless of the faith or country involved".

"We are working to improve the situation for Muslim minorities in India. Our 'Empowering Muslim youth' project reached 150 young people, 20 teachers and over 100 educational institutions. We have also enabled training for 900 minority students on faith issues in 06 universities across North India," it said.

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