Third Hindu temple vandalised in Australia within a fortnight

Anti-India graffiti on the wall

The intention underlying the display of this image is not to hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus, but to make them comprehend the denigration – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

Melbourne (Australia) – Khalistani supporters have vandalised a Hindu temple in Albert Park with anti-Indian graffiti on the wall. Three temples have been vandalised in Australia in a fortnight. Temple vandalised in Melbourne is known as the ‘Hare Krushna Temple’ of ISKCON. It is the main Centre of Yoga of Devotion. On the 23rd morning, the management noticed the vandalised state of the temple. On the fence wall ‘Khalistan Zindabad’, and ‘Hindustan Murdabad’ was also noticed. Earlier, BAPS Swaminarayan temple in Melbourne was attacked on 17th January.

  • Police have failed in taking action against Khalistanis
  • Khalistani supporters are spreading hate against Hindus

Shivesh Pandey, an IT consultant and devotee of ISKCON temple said: “In the last two weeks, Victoria Police has failed to take any decisive action against the people who are running their hate-filled agenda against the peaceful Hindu community.”
A third Hindu temple has been vandalised within a fortnight in Australia’s Victoria state allegedly by “Khalistani supporters” with anti-Indian graffiti.

(Credit : Republic World)

This attack on ISKCON Temple came just two days after Victorian multi-faith leaders had an emergency meeting with the Victorian Multicultural Commission after which a statement of condemnation was issued against the spread of Hindu hate allegedly by “Khalistani supporters”.

“Khalistani supporters” had vandalised the Shiva-Vishnu temple in Victoria a few days ago.

Editorial viewpoint

Just like in Canada, in Australia too this Khalistani movement has been started; who is behind all this needs to be found out and Indians opine that Indian Government should pressurise the Australian Government and ask for an expeditious investigation against the perpetrators.