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‘Probe, punish them’: India tells Australia on attacks by pro-Khalistan groups | Latest News India

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New Delhi: India on Thursday condemned the recent attacks. Parent Kalistan elements for people of Indian descent AustraliaAustralian officials said they had been asked to ensure the safety and security of the Indian community.

India has already filed a protest With Australian authorities over the attack by Calistani activists against people from India who were protesting the so-called “Haristan referendum” organized by the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) outlawed in Melbourne over the weekend.

“We strongly condemn such attacks by extremist elements and urge local authorities to investigate and punish the perpetrators. We have repeatedly communicated our concerns to the Australian authorities about the actions of Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said at the weekly media briefing.

“We have communicated our firm rejection of the so-called Haristan referendum and politically motivated exercises by extremist elements,” he said.

India urges Australia to “ensure the safety and security of members of the Indian community and their property” and to use Australian territory for “activities detrimental to the territorial integrity, security and national interests of India”. requested not to allow Bugchi said in response to the question.

Mr Bagchi said the Indian side had taken note of the Australian leader’s comments condemning the violence in Melbourne and would continue to take up the issue with Australian authorities.

high commissioner of india manpreet vora At a meeting on Monday, Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews and Sunday’s violence in central Melbourne were addressed. State police said they were investigating many people for “violent crimes.”

Buguchi also saidIndia also condemned the desecration of the Gauri Shankar Mandir. in the town of Brampton in the Greater Toronto Area of ​​Canada on Monday.

“In Canada, you may have seen comments from the Canadian Foreign Minister condemning vandalism. We strongly reaffirm this position and condemn such vandalism,” he said. rice field.

Canada’s Foreign Minister Melanie Jolie tweeted Wednesday, “Everyone should be free from violence and intimidation and be able to practice their faith in peace. I support the Hindu community.” condemn vandalism At the Gauri Shankar Mandir in Brampton. We have a collective responsibility to condemn hateful acts. [Canada]”

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