Khalistan supporters in Australia now broke Shri Lakshmi Narayan temple

Australia Shree Laxmi Narayan Temple Brisbane Khalistan supporters are continuously attacking Hindu temples to scare Hindus in Australia. This was the third major temple attack this year. Hindus are angry with this audacity of Khalistan supporters.

Khalistan supporters in Australia now broke Shri Lakshmi Narayan temple

Hindu temples are being attacked in Australia. Swaminarayan Temple, then Shri Shiva Vishnu Temple and now Shri Lakshmi Narayan Temple were demolished. This feat belongs to the Khalistan supporters living in Australia. On January 15, Khalistan supporters took out a car rally in Melbourne to garner support for a referendum on Khalistan. Which did not get the support of Indians. Khalistan supporters were annoyed by this thing. It is being told that Khalistan supporters are venting their anger by attacking Hindu temples. Khalistan supporters ransacked Brisbane's famous Shri Lakshmi Narayan Temple on Saturday. Temple president Satinder Shukla told local media that devotees who had reached the temple for prayers in the morning found the wall of the temple damaged. Sara Gates, director of Hindu Human Rights, says that this heinous crime has been carried out along the lines of Sikh for Justice. This has been done to scare the Hindus living in Australia.

Earlier on January 16, the frescoes of the Shri Shiv Vishnu Temple in Carrom Downs, Australia were vandalized. Australia's Tamil Hindu community was celebrating the three-day 'Thai Pongal' festival. During that time the devotees saw it. And registered my displeasure.

Anti-India slogans were written on the walls of the BAPS Swaminarayan Temple in Mill Park, Melbourne, Australia on January 12 and the temple was vandalized. ISCON Temple Management of Melbourne is also known as Hare Krishna Temple.

India condemned the vandalism of Hindu temples in Australia. And having said that, the matter has been taken up with the Australian Government in Canberra. And asked for a speedy investigation against the culprits.

Our Consulate General in Australia has taken up the matter with the local police, assured MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi. We have requested prompt investigation action against the culprits and measures to prevent such incidents in future.
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