Canada has been a safe haven for Khalistan separatists accused of terrorism in India, leading to anti-India sentiments and anti-Hindu hate.

On Monday 18th September, a Leicester Ganesh Utsav was interrupted by Sergeant Ahmed of the Leicestershire Police with the use of what we believe to be excessive force.

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been turning a blind eye to the homegrown violent separatist Khalistani movement and has been harbouring Khalistani terrorists posing a clear threat to India’s national security and the Canadian Indian diaspora.

INSIGHT UK conducted its own research into SOAS and the panel that has been appointed for the inquiry, and our findings raise some grave concerns and serious questions over the integrity and impartiality of the inquiry.

One year has passed since the turmoil that unfolded in Leicester, yet justice remains elusive. The discussions often harken back to the events of 1992 and 2002, with a continued quest for answers.

In the face of adversity and injustice, the call for the truth never wavers. Join us in our unwavering demand for justice, one year on, as we remember the incidents of violence in Leicester against British Hindus, their property and places of worship.

London, June 10th — INSIGHT UK, a social movement of the British Hindu & Indian communities, successfully hosted an exclusive event featuring

A study by the Henry Jackson Society examined the prevalence of discrimination against Hindu pupils in schools in the UK. The study revealed shocking evidence of Hinduphobia in UK schools.

INSIGHT UK strongly condemns the attack on the High Commission of India (HCI) in London and the desecration of the Indian flag by Khalistani extremists today (19th March 2023).

Reacting to the continued bias and propaganda against India, Hindus and PM Modi and the latest biassed reporting and propaganda-driven documentary by the BBC, the British Indian diaspora organised a nationwide protest against the corporation on Sunday 29th January at 12 noon.

As you are aware that the BBC's documentary has caused a lot of anguish and disappointment amongst British Hindus as it tried to create a negative narrative based on biased opinions and inputs and thus trying to establish a conclusion that's far from the truth.

I was shocked by the documentary produced by the BBC implicating theHon. Prime Minister of India in the Gujarat riots of 2002 which aired on 17" January 2023.

A step-by-step guide to complaining to the BBC.

Open letter to the BBC

We, INSIGHT UK, are writing regarding the recent events in Leicester and Birmingham, where the Hindu community has been the target of

Failing Liberty: Tolerating intolerance is breaking Britain 14th October 2022 Dear Prime Minister, Failing Liberty: Tolerating intolerance is breaking Britain.  We write

Over the past few weeks, Hindus, their homes, cars and Hindu temples in Leicester have been deliberately targeted and attacked. Violent attacks

Leicester Attack on Hindus

From late August to the 20th of September 2022, Hindus and Hindu temples in Leicester were targeted and attacked. Violent attacks and vandalism

With only 2.5% of the UK population, British Indians are contributing way above that. From education, healthcare, employment, economy, and law and order. We Contribute. We Co-operate. We Co-Exist. We are proud to be British Indians.

On 18th December 2021, Labour MP Preet Kaur Gill posted a Hinduphobic comment after an unidentified man committed sacrilege at the Golden

Lord Nazir Ahmed retires just as his sordid history catches up with him resulting in the first-ever expulsion of a peer in the history of the House of Lords.

UK Schools spread misinformation about Hinduism, resulting in bullying and racial hate crime, a report suggests.

Terrible story of the Hindus in Bangladesh, which began with the 1947 genocide and reached a pinnacle during the Bangladesh Liberation War, when about three million (3,000,000) Hindus were slaughtered in one of the century's largest genocides, continues to this day.

Protests were held outside the Bangladesh Embassy in London, Birmingham and Edinburgh to condemn and raise awareness of the plight of Hindus in Bangladesh.

On 2nd October, the international non-violence day, INSIGHT UK organised a nationwide vigil across 40 places in the UK with an appeal to stop violence against Hindus and other minorities in Pakistan.

An email campaign was run by INSIGHT UK to MPs across the country to raise awareness and urge them to bring this to the attention of all the relevant authorities and ensure that the genocide does not continue.