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The UK’s opposition Labour Party was branded “divisive” and “anti-India” by Indian diaspora groups after a party leaflet for a by-election in northern England used an image of PM Narendra Modi. The leaflet shows Modi in a handshake with Conservative Party PM Boris Johnson at the G7 Summit in 2019 with the message, “Don’t risk a Tory MP who is not on your side.”

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