Alwaght- Protesters in the Indian capital have turned out massively to condemn Israeli regime's premier's Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to in India.
Irate protesters turned out in large numbers and burnt an effigy with Netanyahu’s picture, demanding that he goes back to Tel Aviv.
Demonstrators gathered in New Delhi holding placards and banners with crossed-out images of the Israeli prime minister that read “Go back, Netanyahu” in English and Hindu. The protestors also called on the Indian government to cut ties with the occupying regime.
Netanyahu landed at the New Delhi airport Sunday and was received by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Anti-Israeli protests were also held in about 1,000 villages across India, according to media reports.
The visit also comes weeks after India, along with 127 other countries, joined a UN General Assembly call for the Donald Trump administration to drop its decision on recognizing al-Quds (Jerusalem) as the capital of Israeli regime.