MEA is strict on the incidents of Khalistan extremism in Australia, said - India strongly condemns
Khalistani extremism in Australia India's Ministry of External Affairs took a tough stand on Khalistani supporters in Australia. On the question of PM Modi's visit to America, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi just smiled and said that at this time I have no information about it.
Arindam Bagchi's strict Khalistani supporters are creating a ruckus in Australia. Sometimes Khalistani supporters are targeting Hindu temples in Australia and sometimes they are attacking students and people with the tricolour flag. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has given a strong message on this nuisance of Khalistani supporters in Australia. Condemning this action of Khalistani supporters, Foreign Ministry spokesman Arindam Bagchi said that we strongly condemn such incidents and vandalism. We have conveyed our disapproval of the Khalistan referendum. We have taken it up with the Australian authorities to ensure the safety of Indians there. There is a possibility that PM Narendra Modi is going to visit America. On reports of the US President hosting Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the White House, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, "We will announce the visit at an appropriate time, I have no information at this point in time."
On Indus Waters Treaty, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, we have issued a notice to Pakistan on January 25 for an amendment to the 1960 Indus Waters Treaty. I have not received any response from Pakistan or the World Bank.
Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that we currently chair the SCO. We extend invitations to all SCO countries including Pakistan. We expect them to attend the event. I think Pakistani officials must have participated in such events. I do not know who has confirmed this.
Khalistani supporters in Australia are continuously troubling the Indian public. Hindu temples have been attacked three times in Australia within 15 days. Khalistan supporters are continuously targeting Hindu temples in Melbourne. First, on 17 January, the BAPS Swaminarayan Temple in Melbourne was attacked. A Hindu temple has been vandalized in Melbourne's Albert Park. Slogans in support of Khalistan are written on the walls of the temple. Then on Sunday, Khalistani supporters started chasing students and some people carrying the tricolour flag at Melbourne's Federation Square. and attacked. Khalistan supporters are holding their own flag. The Australian police tried to calm the ruckus.