Blackman told off at the Commons again

Tory MP Bob Blackman in marginal Harrow East, well known for his divisive politics, has calculated his votes and asks specific questions at the Commons to capture the Indian and Jewish background voters.
On 4 July 2018, he asked what assistance can the UK government give to match the donations by  Indian Diaspora for orphanages and schools for disabled children in India.
Penny Mordaunt, the secretary for international development, reminded him that the “aid programmes in India are limited to investments on which we make a return and to technical support. We do not do traditional aid programmes in India, and we certainly do not fund the types of institutions to which my hon. Friend refers”.
On 17 May 2018, he enquired about removing the caste (mostly Hindu) as a protected characteristic in the Equality Act 2010, despite the minister being already briefed about the matter and agreed to meet him.
[Labour supported in 2013 for laws to outlaw caste discrimination – in 2013 a clause against caste discrimination was inserted into the Equality Act 2010]
He asked a similar question about the caste on 29 March 2018.
On 22 February 2018, he alleged that “in Kashmir, illegally occupied by Pakistan, 162 terrorist training bases have been identified” and asked what could be done in this country “to help and support our great ally, India, in combating this terrorism?”
Andrea Leadsom, Lord President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons, generalised the issued and told him “we work very closely with all our allies to try to stamp out terrorism and all terror attacks”.