Temple Attack: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has assured PM Narendra Modi that Australia will not tolerate attacks on religious places. He said that anyone responsible for such activities would face the law. Let us tell you that a day ago Prime Minister Modi had conveyed his concerns to Albanese regarding the recent attacks on temples in Australia.
Albanese assured Modi that Australia is a country that respects people’s faith and would not tolerate any kind of attack on religious buildings, be it Hindu temples, mosques, Be it a synagogue or a church.
Albanese said – Australia respects the faith of the people
Before ending his visit to India, Albanese told a group of Australian journalists that the country’s security agencies would ensure that anyone responsible for activities such as attacks on religious buildings would face the full force of the law.
Albanese was asked what assurance he gave to Modi to protect Hindu temples in Australia, Albanese said that I assured him (PM Modi) that Australia is a country that respects people’s faith. We do not tolerate such extreme acts and attacks on religious buildings, be it Hindu temples, mosques or churches.
PM Modi raised the issue on Friday
Prime Minister Modi on Friday raised the issue of recent attacks on temples during his talks with Albanese on the sidelines of the first India-Australia Summit. Modi had described the reports of attacks on temples in Australia in the last few weeks as a matter of regret. Modi said, “The Indian community is making a significant contribution to Australia’s society and economy. It is a matter of regret that attacks on temples have been regularly reported in Australia over the past few weeks.
PM Modi had said that it is natural that such news worries people in India and disturbs our mind. I have shared these feelings and concerns with Prime Minister Albanese. And they have assured me that the safety of the Indian community is a special priority for them. Our teams will be in regular touch on this topic and will cooperate as much as possible.