London suddenly heated up around the two processions. On Saturday, several people marched in support of Palestine and condemned the Israeli attack on Gaza. Members of several organizations known as far-right took out a counter-march in opposition to that march.
When the two processions came close together, the police tried to stop the second one. Clashes started with the right-wing police. In the end, the police arrested about 150 people to bring the situation under control. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has opened his mouth about this incident. He condemned the conflict as a whole, attacking “Hamas sympathizers”.
The incident began in central London on Saturday. The pro-Palestinians first took out a procession there. They had armbands painted in the colors of the Palestinian flag. About 3 lakh people participated in this procession, police said. As a counter-measure to this march, the ultra-rightists held the march. The police became active to avoid conflict between the two processions.
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However, Britain’s Home Secretary Suella Braverman called the Berno march in support of Palestine a ‘violent march’. The Metropolitan Police of London was also ordered to stop the march by the government. Although informed by the police, there is no situation to spread violence. So there is no need to revoke the permission.
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