Khalistani supporters damage Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Canada


The Khalistani movement going on in different countries of the world including America remains a threat to India. It is clear from the recent vandalism incidents in Canada that how Indian civilization and culture is being harmed abroad. Now in a dastardly act, anti-India elements have spray-painted obscene and lewd images on a statue of Mahatma Gandhi installed in the city of Hamilton, Ontario. The six-foot-tall bronze statue, gifted by the Government of India, was also decorated with the Khalistani flag and derogatory slogans were used against Mahatma Gandhi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Such incidents are happening continuously in America-Canada

Let us tell you that the Hamilton Police is currently investigating the matter, but this attack is one of a series of incidents targeting Indian establishments and temples in North America. In the past year, there have been nearly half a dozen incidents of vandalism, arson and burglary of Hindu temples across Canada.

Demand from the government to take these matters seriously

It may be noted that in January, anti-social incidents with anti-India slogans took place at the Gauri Shankar Temple in Brampton. This was followed by an attack on the Ram temple in Mississauga in February, and in July last year the statue of Mahatma Gandhi at the Vishnu temple in Richmond Hill was vandalised. Indian-origin MP Chandra Arya has called upon the Ottawa government to take these incidents seriously and initiate action for the safety of the Indian community in Canada.


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