- Britain’s Labor Party is taking support of Modi’s opposition to win the election
- Taking a dig by releasing the picture of PM Modi and Boris Johnson shaking hands
- People fiercely told the Labor Party, asked to apologize immediately
By-elections in northern England labor party Trying to get votes by opposing Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi shaking hands with Conservative Party leader and British PM Boris Johnson has been printed on Labor Party propaganda material. It has been written about staying away from PM Modi. The Labor Party says that if the people there vote for another party, then there is a risk of showing such a picture, but the Labor Party is clear in this matter.
People of Indian origin furious at Labor Party
As soon as this propaganda material went viral, overseas Indian groups dubbed Britain’s opposition Labor Party as divisive and anti-India. Leaflets during campaigning for Thursday’s by-elections in Batley in West Yorkshire and Spain, showing Modi shaking hands with Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the G7 summit in 2019 . There is a message written about the Tory MP that he should stay away.
Tory MP also targeted Labor Party
Conservative leader and Tory MP Richard Holden posted a picture of it on Twitter, prompting furious reactions on social media. He was asked whether this meant that the leader of the Labor Party, Sir Keir Starmer, would not be seen shaking hands with the Indian Prime Minister.
Will the Labor Party not have relations with India?
The Conservative Friends of India (CFIN), an Indian community organization, said, “Dear Keir Starmer, can you please explain this propaganda material and clarify whether a Prime Minister/politician of the Labor Party is a member of the world’s largest democracy? Will he refuse to have a relationship? Is this your message to the over 1.5 million members of the Indian community in the UK?
Labor Party accused of splitting UK-India relations
There is also resentment among the leaders of the Labor Party regarding this propaganda material. The Labor Friends of India (LFIN) demanded its immediate withdrawal. In a statement, the LFIN said it was unfortunate that the Labor Party had put on its leaflet the world’s largest democracy and one of Britain’s closest friends, the Prime Minister of India. Has used a picture of the 2019 G7 summit. Senior Labor Party MP Virendra Sharma has also condemned the move.