Khalistani supporters have once again vandalized a Hindu temple in Australia. This is the fourth such incident in two months. Earlier, temples were also targeted in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
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Khalistani supporters have vandalized another temple in Australia. The Sri Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Brisbane was allegedly vandalized here. This is the fourth incident of temple attack in Australia in two months. The vandalism incident came to light on Saturday morning when the devotees reached there for morning worship. Satinder Shukla, chairman of the temple management committee, said that people informed him about the vandalism of the temple walls. He told that a complaint will be made to the police authority after the management committee meeting about the incident.
According to the report of a local media The Australia Today, Ramesh Kumar, who has been living in Australia for a long time, told that he was shocked by the attack on the temple and when he reached the temple, he saw that there was vandalism. He said that Khalistan supporters are conspiring to terrorize the Australian Hindu community. This has affected religious activities and going to the temple. In a picture shared by a local media, it can be seen that the pro-Khalistani attackers have spoken abusive words against PM Modi, mentioned the Sikh riots and also sprayed the wall of the temple yesterday regarding the BBC documentary.
Threatened the temple management
Earlier in Brisbane, the Gayatri temple had received a threatening phone call from Khalistani terrorists based in Lahore, Pakistan. The caller, a Khalistani supporter, has been identified as Guravdesh Singh, who on February 17 threatened and threatened the chairman of the temple management committee, Dr. Jai Ram, and then the vice-chairman, Dharmesh Prasad, that they should support the Khalistani referendum. He also allegedly raised slogans of ‘Khalistan Zindabad’.
Attempt to terrorize the Australian Hindu community
Sarah L. Gates, director of Hindu Human Rights, says that this is the latest pattern of global hate crimes by Sikh for Justice, which is clearly an attempt to terrorize the Australian Hindu community. The organization demanding Khalistan is trying to create fear through propaganda, illegal signs and cyberbullying.
Temple attacks in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane
The Khalistan supporter organization conspires against the Hindu community in Australia. Archana Singh, a member of the Honorary Council of India in Brisbane, says that when she reached the office on February 22, she found the Khalistan flag hoisted there. After this he informed the local police. Many temples have been attacked in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in the past and Khalistan supporters have been held responsible for this.
Appeal for protection of Hindu community and Hindu temples
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar was on a visit to Sydney on February 23, where he raised the issue of security of the Hindu community living there in a meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. The Foreign Minister appealed to the Australian leaders for the safety of the Hindu community and the safety of Hindu temples.