Brisbane Temple vandalised: Hindu temple vandalized in Brisbane, Australia, anti-India slogans written on the walls

Brisbane Temple vandalised

Brisbane Temple vandalised: Another temple vandalism incident has come to light in Brisbane, Australia. Anti-India slogans have also been written on the walls of the temple. This is the fourth incident of vandalism in a temple in Australia in two months. The incident is being told on Saturday morning. In the morning, when the devotees came for worship, they came to know about the vandalism.

According to media reports, there is a Sri Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Burbank, south of Brisbane. It is being told that Khalistani supporters reached here on Saturday morning and vandalised the Brisbane Temple and raised anti-India slogans. Along with this, anti-India slogans were also written on the walls.

Indian living near the temple gave this information

Ramesh Kumar, who lives near the temple, told The Australia Today that after Melbourne, the incident of temple vandalism has come to light in Brisbane which is sad. On the other hand, the president of the temple, Satinder Shukla, told The Australia Today that the priests and devotees of the temple called this morning and informed me about the vandalism in the temple.

Shukla said he would give a detailed statement after the management committee holds a meeting with police officials. Let us inform that earlier the priest of Gayatri temple in Brisbane was threatened by Khalistani supporters from Lahore.

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