Australia India Condemned The Attack On Hindu Temples Said Government Should Stop These Khalistani Activities | India spoke on the attack on Hindu temples in Australia

Attacks on Hindu Temples in Australia: Several incidents of attack on Hindu temples have come to the fore in Australia in the past. Criticizing these incidents, the Indian High Commission in Canberra, Australia has appealed to the government to ensure the safety of Indian citizens.

Along with criticizing the attack, the Indian High Commission has also expressed concern over the increasing activities of Khalistani supporters. Said in the statement, the attack on three Hindu temples in Melbourne is highly condemnable. We strongly condemn these attacks. These incidents clearly show an attempt to spread hatred in the Indian Australian society.

Know what was said in the statement…

The High Commission said in its statement, “We have received some indications according to which Khalistani supporters are increasing their activities in Australia.” Ban terrorist organizations in India like Sikh for Justice and many other external agencies are helping them. The High Commission said, there has been a spurt in these activities in recent times, about which we have shared our concern with the Government of Australia. The High Commission told that we have demanded the government to ensure the safety of the Indian community living in Australia. Along with this, an appeal has also been made to the government to stop such activities.

Long live Khalistan, Hindustan….

Actually, three Hindu temples have been targeted in Australia in the past. Khalistani supporters vandalized the Hindu temple at the ISKCON temple located in Albert Park, Melbourne and wrote Khalistan Zindabad and Hindustan Murdabad on the walls. On this wall, he called Bhindranwala a martyr. While giving a statement on these attacks, Australian High Commissioner in India, Berry O’Farrell said that such hate speech or violence cannot be tolerated. The government is thoroughly investigating this matter.

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