Keer Starmer, leader of the opposition Labor Party in Britain, has canceled the decision to make Dabinderjit Singh Sidhu the party’s candidate. Dabinderjit is considered a pro-Khalistan separatist. He is also accused of having a relationship with terrorists.
Davinder has denied the charge against him. According to the Daily Mail report, Dabinderjit Singh, who was associated with the demand to create a separate Khalistan nation in India, was among the six names declared to be the representatives of the Labor Party in Parliament. But party leader Kir Starmer dropped her name from that list. The move was taken following a security suggestion by the House of Lords Appointments Commission.
According to Labor Party sources, information regarding Dabinder was also received that he was a member of the International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) in 2008. The organization was banned following a Home Ministry warns. The warning said that members of this organization could threaten national security.
After receiving this information, a Labor Party MP who knew Dabinder said, his (Dabinder’s) case should be dealt with. While a friend of Dabinder denied being a member of his ISYF. Said that he peacefully supports the movement for Khalistan and not violently. Sikh Federation UK condemns hateful propaganda against Davinder