-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)
Khalistani supporters wrote anti-India comments on the ISKCON shrine in Melbourne, Australia.
Internet Desk: Another ISKCON shrine in Australia has recently seen slogans of Khalistani support. This is the third time such an incident has happened on Hindu temples there within a month. According to the article of ‘Australia Today’ magazine, some people wrote anti-India slogans saying ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ on the ISKCON temple in Albert Park in Melbourne. Along with this, he wrote letters praising Khalistan terrorist Bindrawala. Recently Khalistani supporters have written similar things on ‘Sri Shiva Vishnu’ temple in Karram Downs and Swami Narayan temple in Mill Park. Similar ones were also seen on the temple in Victoria some years ago.
Australia’s High Commissioner in India expressed shock over these incidents. It has been revealed that the concerned officials have taken up the investigation. “We are proud to say that Australia is a melting pot of diverse cultures,” he said. They have made it clear that they will support freedom of speech and hate speech and violence. On the other hand, Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that discussions have already been held with the Australian government. He said that India strongly condemns the recent incident. The Consulate General of India in Melbourne will file a complaint with the Australian Police.