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London, 14 May: Officials of the British Border Force had detained two Indians on suspicion of violating immigration rules in the Scottish city of Glasgow, although locals forced a road blockade for about eight hours after the incident. They did not let go from there, due to which both Indians had to be released. According to media reports, the two Indians have been released on bail and investigations into the case are on. According to the news of ‘The Independent’, hundreds of locals in the Polokshields area of Glasgow tried to stop the van of the border agency carrying the two Indians there. A local Scottish newspaper reported that the protesters were heard shouting slogans of “Leave our neighbors, let them go” and “Police personnel go home”.
Officials said that they are leaving these two people to ensure the safety of all after the deadlock in Glasgow. After the protest, Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon accused the ‘Home Office’ of creating a “dangerous and unacceptable situation”. He said, “Doing this on the day of Eid … amid the outbreak of Kovid-19 … but even bigger problem is the dreaded asylum and immigration policy.” Demands that they will not reproduce such a dangerous situation. Also read: Central government transfers Rs 56,059.54 crore from DBT to farmers’ account
Sturgeon said, “When I tried to talk to a junior minister, no assurances were given. No support was shown.” According to the “No Evictions Network” group, three protesters were also arrested. Has gone. At the same time, the Scottish Police, in order to announce the release of the two Indians, said, “Keeping in mind the safety, their health and well-being of all those involved in the Polokshields ‘demonstration on Kenmurre Street, Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland called’ UK Immigration It has been decided to release the two people detained by the information…. ”