Khalistani supporters ransacked Australia’s Swaminarayan temple, put a flag on the gate

Temple Vandalised by Khalistani

Temple Vandalised By Khalistani: Khalistan supporters have vandalized the Swaminarayan Temple in Rosehill, Western Sydney. The temple management was informed about the vandalism on Friday morning. When the priests reached the temple in the morning, they found that the wall in front of the temple was broken and the Khalistani flag was hung on the gate.

This incident has happened after almost two months of calm in Khalistan activities in Australia. Sejal Patel (Harris Park resident), who reached the temple on Friday morning, told that when I came for prayer this morning, I saw the front wall broken. He told that after seeing the vandalism incident, I informed the temple management. NSW Police were then informed.

The temple management told local media that NSW Police officers arrived at the temple after being informed and started investigating. CCTV footage has been provided to the police by the temple management to investigate the matter. Let us tell you that earlier this year three temples in Melbourne and two temples in Brisbane were targeted by Khalistan supporters.

PM Modi is going to visit Sydney on May 24

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Sydney for the QUAD summit on 24 May. PM Modi had raised the issue of Hindu temple attack when Albanese was on India’s visit. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese assured Indian Prime Minister Modi of strict action.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, while addressing a press conference in New Delhi, had said that Australia would not tolerate any action against the temples. He said that we are a tolerant multicultural nation and there is no place for this activity in Australia.

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