With Britain balloting to go out the eu Union, Coal Secretary Anil Swarup recommended a referendum in India on breaking faraway from its “colonial past” and quitting the Commonwealth.
Coal Secretary Anil Swarup said in a fb post: “Quitting seems to be the fashion these days. have to India join the bandwagon?… move for a referendum on whether or not India ought to break faraway from the colonial beyond and give up the Commonwealth?”
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In a essential referendum, Britain has voted to go away the european in a deadly blow to the 28-nation bloc that prompted a panic reaction in monetary markets globally.
The Commonwealth is a voluntary affiliation of fifty three independent and equal sovereign states. Its roots cross again to the British Empire whilst a few international locations were ruled without delay.in advance within the day, citing the ‘Brexit’ referendum, Delhi chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that the country wide capital will quickly have a referendum on full statehood issue.