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The temple was defaced with anti-India graffiti Hindu-stan murdabad. (Credit: Australia As we speak)
The wall of the distinguished BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir in Melbourne’s northern suburb was painted with the slogan ‘Hindustan Murdabad’
A Hindu temple in Australia’s Melbourne was allegedly attacked by Khalistan supporters and defaced with anti-India graffiti, a report stated.
The wall of the distinguished BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir in Melbourne’s northern suburb was painted with the slogan ‘Hindustan Murdabad’ which means ‘Dying to India’ on Thursday morning, The Australia As we speak reported.
The temple committee condemned the assault by saying that it was shocked by the vandalism and hate.
“We’re deeply saddened and shocked by these acts of vandalism and hate. We provide our prayers for peace and concord and can present a fuller assertion sooner or later,” BAPS Swaminarayan temple stated.
The report additionally stated that the Khalistan group additionally wrote praises of an Indian terrorist, Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale, a supporter of the creation of a proposed Sikh majority state of Khalistan.
Bhindrawale was killed by the Military throughout Operation Bluestar in 1984.
The MP of the Northern Metropolitan in Australia stated that the vandalism is deeply distressing for the Hindu neighborhood.
“This vandalism is deeply distressing for Victoria’s peaceable Hindu neighborhood, particularly at this holy time,” Evan Mulholland, Liberal MP for the Northern Metropolitan Area reportedly stated.
In accordance with Australia As we speak, the Khalistani supporters additionally recorded a video of the act of vandalism and are sharing it on social media.
In accordance with an India As we speak report, the Hindu neighborhood has registered a proper criticism with the police. It added that there have been additionally messages in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi painted on the partitions of the temple.
Kerala Hindu affiliation has additionally condemned the incident.
Makrand Bhagwat, President of the Hindu Council in Victoria state stated, “Any form of hatred and vandalism in opposition to locations of worship is just not acceptable and we condemn it.”
“And this sort of exercise is in violation of the racial and spiritual tolerance act of Victoria. We demand Victoria Police and Premier Dan Andrews to take robust motion in opposition to the perpetrators,” he added.
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