Proposed program of Sikh for Justice canceled in Sydney on the advice of complaints and security agencies


Melbourne (Australia), May 12 (His). The plans of the controversial organization Sikhs for Justice have been thwarted by the Black Town City Council. The proposed propaganda program for the proposed organization referendum in Sydney has been cancelled. It was to be held at the Black Town Leisure Center in Stanhope.

According to Australia Today, the booking of the event was canceled on the advice of security agencies following widespread complaints and threats regarding the program of Sikhs for Justice. Quoting a spokesperson, Australia Today reported that the council decided to cancel the event in accordance with its established rules and principles. The Council does not endorse or criticize any political position relating to the internal affairs of India or Pakistan and should not be represented as an endorsement of any particular political position.

It has been told in this report that Arvind Gaur had complained about the praise of people involved in terrorist activities in the posters and banners prepared by the campaign program of Sikh for Justice. After which the CEO of the council, Kerry Robinson, replied to them and told that all such unauthorized banners and posters are being removed by the authorities and advice has been sought from the NSW Police.

Australia Today has also been told that an investigation is ongoing into the Victoria-registered Sikhs for Justice Pty Ltd into alleged unaccounted money transactions. Significantly, in the beginning of this week, the incident of attack on the Swaminarayan temple at Rosehill by Khalistan supporters came to light. Which was strongly condemned by Hindu, Islamic and Sikh organizations.


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