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Pakistan-backed Khalistan referendum in London attracts less than '2000' voters
Trans World Features | @twfindia | 03 Nov 2021
Pakistan-backed Khalistan referendum in London attracts less than '2000' voters
London: The Khalistan referendum, which was held in London on Sunday propped by Pakistan, whose spy agency is trying to revive the anti-India Khalistan separatism cause, has failed to attract much attention of voters, according to media reports.

According to UK watchers, the claims of high turnout in the voting to decide whether Khalistan should be carved out of Punjab is being projected by Pakistani media, Hindustan Times reported.

According to reports, the majority of the voters were backed by Pakistan.

UK watchers said less than 2000 people turned up for the referendum voting.

The Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), which organised the referendum, failed to get even 100-150 voters in the first half and various outfits associated with the Khalistan movement - like Federation of Sikh organization (FSO) and World Sikh Parliament (WSP) - pressed their workers to come and vote, said UK watchers.

SFJ is a banned organisation in India.