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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 21, 1973,

Page~w THE MCHIGANDAILY ednesdy, Febuary 2, 197

LONDON'S INDIA HOUSE:
Commission

By' The AP and Reuters*
LONDON - Three Asian youths
wtelding dummy revoLvers, an acid
spray and knives invaded India's
High Commission building yester-
day in= central London.
Two of the raiders. were shot
downir after threatening ~police with
imitatLionfirearms. A third intrud-
er aged about 15, flourished a
sword but was captured after a
struggle.-
Police identified the three later
as- Pakistanis. Their motive was
unclear -although police assumed it
was probably politioal.
Homhe Secretary (Interior Min-
ister)- Robert Carr told the House
of 'C6mmons: "What happened is
still far from clear:"
He said the alarm was sounded
at =Indcia. House on 'the Aldwyck
near the sstart of Fleet Street just
a few minutes after 9:30 a.m.
when. staff was. usually settling
down to work.
The invaders had tied up some
early arrivals among the staff and
"knocked _-others about," police
said. .
What happened next, according
to. the account'by Carr and Scot-
laid Yard, was that one of the
commission prisoners escaped by
leaping through a. plate glass win-
dow. . .
The, alarm 'from India House
was flashed to nearby Bow Street
Police Station and to a patrol car
that was cruising in the neighbor-
hood carrying members of the spe-
cial patrol group (SPG).
Carr said that' on entering In-
dia House two special patrol of-
ficers were threatened by a man
with what looked like a gun. "They
took cover, drew their weapons
and warned the- intruder that they
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were armed. This had no e
and when the intruder m
across the room one of the off:
shot and killed him," Carr sa
The policemen then met ano
man aiming what looked lik
gun at them. He was also shot
isubsequently died," Carr said
Carr told the Commons that I
members of the commission
were injured by the intruders
taken to the hospital. Two po
men had to be treated for shoc
Carr said weapons found by
police included one sword, t
daggers, an acid spray and
replica guns.
Carr said the dead men v
aged 18 and 20. Unofficial sou
said their names were Dhavli
Ghausuddin but did not spe
their nationality.
Scotland Yard sources said
lice were investigating the p
bility that the men were P
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THE
invadedT
ffect stanis protesting against India's
roved continued detention of Pakistani
icers prisoners of war.
id. The shooting and the fact that play
other the invaders of the commission
ke a were not carrying real firearms
and immediately revived controversy
1. over the carrying of guns by Bri- Bluegrass M usic
three tish police.
staff British police do not normally
and carry weapons other than rubber at the
dice- truncheons. They are issued fire-
ck. arms only under exceptional cir-
the cumstances.
hree Carr said the officers acted in j
two accordance with Scotland Yard's rIrfI e
strict code of firearms conduct andE.. 9
were that only two of the four officers FRI.-SAT. - 10:00
irces who were armed actually drew - -
and their guns.
ecify "We have a duty as host nation 120 E. Liberty
to provide protection at foreign
po- embassies and commonwealth high
ossi- commissions in this country," Carr
3aki- said.

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