Khalistan referendum in Australia perplexes India
Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) announced to hold the Khalistan referendum in Melbourne.
Melbourne (UAE Updates News – Zahid) The Narendra Modi government of Inida has failed to convince or compel the Australian government to stop the Khalistan referendum voting at Federation Square. Millions of Sikhs have gathered in Australia to cast their votes for Khalistan.
According to the details, the pro-Khalistan group Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) announced to hold the Khalistan referendum in Melbourne.
Following this announcement, the Indian government used diplomatic pressure against the Sikh organizers of the referendum campaign to stop the voting.
But India did not win as the organizers complied with all the legal requirements. The Indian government’s anger and frustration is reflected in a press release issued by the Indian High Commission.
The High Commission of India has said that pro-Khalistan elements are intensifying their activities in Australia. These elements are being actively aided and abetted by members of banned terrorist organizations such as Sikhs for Justice and other hostile agencies outside Australia.
The Indian High Commission has said it strongly condemns the disturbing incidents of vandalism, including three Hindu temples, in Melbourne in recent weeks.
General Counsel of Sikhs for Justice Group, Tunat Singh Pinan, said that the group has no information that the recent acts of vandalism are related to the Khalistan referendum.
A Sikh leader has released CCTV footage of vandalism of Khalistan banners in Melbourne areas. The video released by Mr. Pinan shows people vandalizing posters of Shaheed Bhandranwala and Khalistan.