PM Modi dialled Rishi Sunak, stressed on strict action against anti-India elements

Since Pro-Khalistani element tried to vandalised Indian High Commission in London, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday dialled British counterpart, Rishi Sunak, and asked for stringent action against anti-India elements.

According to Indian Express, Mr. Sunak admitted the attack ‘totally unacceptable’ and assured him of security of the Indian Mission and its personnel.

The statement issued by the PMO informed that Modi and Sunak reviewed the progress on a number of a bilateral issues as part of the India-UK Roadmap 2030, particularly in trade and economic sectors.

Both expressed satisfaction at the recent high-level exchanges and growing cooperation, particularly in trade and economic sectors, and agreed on the need for early conclusion of a mutually beneficial Free Trade Agreement between the two countries.

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In a telephonic conversation, Mr. Sunak confirmed full support to India during ongoing G20 presidency. Modi also sought out the progress on the return of economic offenders wanted in India.

Notably, India is currently pursuing the extradition of the businessman Vijay Mallya and fugitive diamond merchant Nirav Modi from the UK.

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