Jaishankar made the remarks while responding to concerns raised in Rajya Sabha by BJP lawmaker Ashwini Vaishnaw, who contended that racism and cyber-bullying forced Rashmi Samant, the first Indian woman elected president of the Oxford University Student Union, to quit her post. As a friend of the UK, we also have concerns about its reputational impact. Vaishnaw also referred to the issue of alleged racism within the UK royal family that was brought up in a recent interview by Meghan Markle, the wife of Prince Harry. He also contended migrants were poorly treated and segregated in the UK and this was a matter of concern in India because of the large diaspora in Britain.
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The Labour leader said the issues raised by Meghan and Harry around race and mental health were 'serious' but refused to be drawn further into the explosive fallout from their Oprah interview. Allegations of royal racism made by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are a "matter now for the family", Keir Starmer has said. The Labour leader refused to be drawn into the explosive fallout from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's interview with Oprah Winfrey, where they alleged that an unnamed royal had made remarks about their son Archie's skin colour before he was born. The Duke of Cambridge defended the monarchy against accusations of racism on Thursday in his first public appearance since the interview aired. Buckingham Palace issued a statement on Tuesday saying the allegations were "concerning" and the matter would be dealt with privately.
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