Vivek Agnihotri in the UK says ‘Indians must unite to protect the country ‘

Author: Yuvi June 13, 2022

‘Indians have to be united to safeguard country from the enemy within’ says Vivek Agnihotri at UK’s Hyde Park


New Delhi: Filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri attended the Speaker’s Corner at the famous Hyde Park in the UK on Sunday, June 12. He was met by a large number of people of Indian descent who had gathered to listen to the director of ‘The Kashmir Files’. Addressing the audience, Vivek said Indians should unite to defend their country from the enemy. As an artist, he said it was his duty to tell the truth through his art.

Agnihotri’s fiery speech on injustice, diversity, inclusiveness and world peace was hailed by over 1000 people. He said the fight against terrorism should be fought through humanity and Indian unity. The filmmaker said that Hindus value and celebrate diversity in all aspects of life, including religions, and expect the same.

Hyde Park was filled with the roar of Vande Mataram when Agnihotri gathered more than a thousand people to take the oath. 1000 immigrants again after Agnihotri:

“We, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), pledge to unite against terrorism at the London Hyde Park Speaker’s Corner on 12 June 2022. As United Indians, we condemn the world’s longest continuing genocide against Hindus in Kashmir. We pledge to stand up and speak out against communal and radical forces. We will give a voice to every Hindu in the world every time injustice is done to them. We condemn the ban on free speech at Oxford University. We assure you that we are united as Bharatiyas and will dedicate ourselves to the common goal of protecting the civilized state of Bharat from its enemies. We, the united Hindus, believe in truth, humanity and unity.

The event was organized by expatriate Indians in the UK and was coordinated by Reach India UK, Simply Sanathan, Yoga with Maya and many more organizations.

13 June, 2022, 3:02 pm

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