Modi government strict on attacks on Hindu temples Indian High Commission sent strict message to Australia – न्यूज़लीड India

Modi government strict on attacks on Hindu temples Indian High Commission sent strict message to Australia

Modi government strict on attacks on Hindu temples Indian High Commission sent strict message to Australia

attacks on temples in australia

ISKCON’s Hare Krishna Temple in Melbourne’s Albert Park area was vandalized last week, while the Sri Shiv Vishnu Temple in Carrom Downs was vandalized on January 16 and the Swaminarayan Temple in the Mill Park area on January 12. A press release has been issued by the High Commission of India in Canberra through its official Twitter handle, which states, “The High Commission of India strongly condemns the vandalism committed at three Hindu temples in Melbourne in recent weeks. These incidents seriously disturbing”. The Indian High Commission has said that “the frequency with which temples are being targeted without any fear is alarming.” The Indian High Commission has further said in its tweet, “The way anti-Indian terrorists have been glorified, they are dangerous.”

‘An attempt to incite hatred against Indians’

The Indian High Commission has stated, that “these incidents of vandalism are a clear attempt to sow hatred and division among the peaceful multi-faith and multi-cultural Indian-Australian community”. Let us tell you that Khalistani terrorists are accused of attacking Hindu temples in India, who along with attacking temples are writing anti-India slogans. After Canada, the number of Khalistan supporters is increasing in Australia as well, for which deep displeasure has been expressed by the Government of India. The press release said, “There are indications that pro-Khalistan elements are stepping up their activities in Australia.” The press release states that Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) and other anti-India agencies outside Australia are actively aiding and abetting such elements as being actively aided and abetted by members of proscribed terrorist organisations. has been, as has become clear over the past few years.”

talks with the australian government

According to the Indian High Commission in Canberra, the High Commission and Consulates of India in Australia, along with the Australian High Commission in Delhi, India’s concerns have been shared with the Australian government. The commission has said, “It is hoped that not only will the perpetrators be brought to justice, but appropriate action will also be taken to prevent further such attempts.” Apart from this, it has been said by the Government of India that the Government of Australia has also been informed about the referendum being conducted by Sikhs for Justice in cities like Melbourne and Sydney. At the same time, recently, the Australian High Commissioner in India also condemned the attack on a Hindu temple in Melbourne’s Albert Park and anti-India slogans and said that the country will not tolerate hate speech or violence. Barry O’Farrell said in a statement to the media over the mail that “I am deeply concerned about the senseless vandalism at Hindu temples in Victoria. Australia does not tolerate hate speech or violence and the Australian authorities are investigating are doing.”

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