Indian-origin candidates of the UK`s Liberal Democrat party are hoping to grab anti-Brexit votes in the June 8 general election.The Liberal Democrat party is fielding a number of ethnic minority candidates in constituencies which either voted against Brexit or were sharply divided on the issue. These include Marisha Ray, who was born in London to Bengali parents, and Goan-origin Rabi Martins.Most Indian-origin electorate voted anti-Brexit and few in the community who may have voted `Leave` did so because of the lies they were told by the Leave campaign. They made their decision based on information which turned out to be completely untrue, said Ray, who is contesting a Tory stronghold of Chipping Barnet in north London. She is confident of making a dent because the constituency was largely anti-Brexit in the 2016 referendum but is represented by staunch pro-Brexit Conservative MP Theresa Villiers. She says she has seen a sharp rise in hate crimes in the wake of the referendum and it is important we mobilise the Indian community for the upcoming election.