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British foreign office has apologised for India's national flag-burning incident, which took place at London's Parliament Square. A group of Pakistan backed pro-Khalistani and Kashmiri protesters, in the presence of London Metropolitan Police, pulled down the tricolor from a pole at London's Parliament Square and replaced it with a flag representing PoK and Khalistan.

The incident took place when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was addressing the Indian community at Westminster. While people have the right to hold peaceful protests, we are disappointed with the action taken by a small minority in Parliament Square and contacted High Commissioner Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha as soon as we were made aware, according to Foreign and Commonwealth Office's statement, reported. The web portal also reported that the UK officials have arranged for a replacement flag to be put up at the Parliament Square.

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