Khalistan supporters. (representative picture)
to be held next month in Sydney, Australia Khalistani propaganda event has been cancelled. A city council in Sydney has denied permission to hold the event citing security reasons. ‘Sikh for Justice’ This program was to be held at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi would reach Sydney on May 24 on Australia tour.
PTI quoted ‘The Australia Today’ as saying in its report that the program was to be held in Sydney’s Blacktown City by the ‘Sikh for Justice’ group, but was denied permission by the city council. In a statement issued by the city council on Friday morning, information about the cancellation of the program was given.
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The council said, this morning this booking was canceled as it is against its policy. This step has been taken in view of the danger to the Council’s employees, properties and representatives of the public. Along with this, the banners and posters put up regarding the event in the city have also been removed.
Investigation of unaccounted transactions against the organization
The report quoted an official related to the case as saying that the investigation is also going on against the ‘Sikh for Justice’ group. Checking.
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Let us tell you that last week, the incident of anti-India slogans allegedly being written by Khalistani members on the walls of BAPS Shree Swaminarayan Temple, a prominent Hindi temple in Sydney, came to light. However, this was not the first incident in which Hindu temples were targeted for protests.
PM Modi raised the issue in front of Australia
In March this year, when Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese visited India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had raised the issue of frequent attacks on Hindu temples in front of him and conveyed his concerns.
After which Albanese promised to take strict steps against such elements. Albanese had said that Australia would not tolerate attacks on religious places and that those responsible for such activities would face the law.
Let us inform that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to visit the Australian city of Sydney on 24th May. Where, he will participate in the Quad Summit. During this, there can be a meeting and an important meeting between PM Modi and Albanese.