Indian Diaspora in the UK observed the Indian Republic Day with flag hosting and cultural arrangements in the existence of the Mayor of Slough, Lord Rami Ranger, MP Virendra Sharma, Second Secretary from the High Commission of India, London, Local councilors, and many other famous essences.
The Indian Diaspora in the UK (IDUK Group) is accomplishing things, as their tagline says, “Bringing People Together.” They organized their first-ever Indian Republic Day celebration in Slough, UK, which was observed by over 500 people on Sunday, 22nd August.
The first citizen of Slough observed the occurrence, The Worshipful the Mayor of Slough, Cllr Dilbagh Singh Parmar, Mayoress of Slough, Lord Rami Ranger (Member of House of Lords, UK Parliament), MP Virendra Sharma (Member of House of Commons, UK Parliament and MP from South Hall), Second Secretary (Education) Harish Kumar, High Commission of India, London, and many prominent personalities from Indian Diaspora in the UK.
The event was created by lighting the Diya followed by the Indian National Flag Hoisting, honor to the good guests, speeches, and many mesmerizing cultural performances by the residents, performers from across the UK, and the UK team. The audience enjoyed the Implementations, followed by evening Aarti in Slough Hindu Temple and Dinner.
MP Virendra Sharma said Indians in the UK should come forward and enter British politics; the Young generation should be inspired and enter politics irrespective of the party they like. Still, Indian Diaspora must play an operational position in UK politics. Yet, he developed his full help and guidance to anyone who wanted to merge British politics.
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