Meet Satyam Surana who stood against K-radicals in United Kingdom and saved the Indian Tricolour from insult. On Tuesday, October 2, MK Gandhi’s birth anniversary, a group of Khalistani sympathisers held a protest outside the Indian High Commission in London. Demonstrators set the Indian Tricolour on fire during the demonstration, while Gurcharan Singh, a well-known member of the Dal Khalsa UK, doused the Indian flag with cow urine.
Despite a potentially violent crowd attempting to tarnish the Indian flag during a protest, he fearlessly defended its honor. In a world where tensions simmered between India and Canada, Surana’s brave act demonstrated unwavering dedication to his homeland. Satyam Surana joins in and shares his view. “I have done none of a heroic job. This was the first time I saw our national flag being mistreated. I was just looking at the flag and crying from inside”, Satyam Surana, Indian student who picked up the Indian flag during a Pro-Khalistan protest in the UK. Watch the complete video now to know more.