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Another Hindu temple in Brisbane was desecrated by supporters of Khalistan.

The most recent act of vandalism against Hindu temples in Australia occurred on Saturday ,when pro-Khalistan supporters assaulted a renowned Hindu temple in Brisbane. At Brisbane's Shree Laxmi Narayan Temple, the incident happened.

The temple President, Satinder Shukla, was quoted on The Australia Today website, "Temple priest and devotees contacted this morning and told me about the vandalism on the border wall of our temple.""We have alerted Queensland police personnel, and they have promised us that the Temple and its followers will be safe."

However, hate crime fits into Sikhs For Justice's history of acts of terror against Australian Hindus. Gates added the organization seeks to spread pervasive threats, fear, and intimidation through a torrent of propaganda, unlawful signs and cyberbullying.After Gates tweeted a picture of the Hindu people retaliating, it was against the temple attack. Link this sentence. Anti-Hindu hateful graffiti was removed by community members working with the temple committee.

She tweeted "Hindustan Zindabad" along with a picture.

A longtime neighborhood resident claimed, "Khalistan supporters are terrorizing the Australian Hindu community and making it a very traumatic experience to practice our faith and visit temples."



In Australia, vandalism against Hindu temples has occurred four times in the last two months. Hindustan Murdabad was scrawled on the walls of the famed ISCKON temple in Melbourne's Albert Park on Jan. 23. Similar vandalism occurred on Jan. 16 at the revered Shri Shiva Vishnu Temple in Carrum Downs, Victoria.

Graffiti critical of India was daubed across the Melbourne Swaminarayan temple on Jan. 12.

India has condemned the assaults on Hindu temples on numerous occasions and has brought up the matter with the Australian government.


Last month, Australia was visited by S Jaishankar, the minister of external affairs for India. He met with his Australian colleague Penny Wong while he was there and emphasised the need for caution against "radical actions" that target the Indian population in Australia.


Jaisheankar tweeted, " Saw the progress on our belated agenda. The importance of maintaining vigilance against extreme activities that target the Indian community was emphasized. After his meeting with Wong in Sydney." 


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