March 27, 2023

Mahashivratri autralia gayatri temple threat call khalistan supporter khalistani slogan

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Melbourne. A famous Hindu temple in Australia received threatening phone calls, asking the temple to raise pro-Khalistani slogans if it wanted to peacefully celebrate Mahashivratri on February 18. Information about this has been given in a news that came in the media on Friday. Gayatri Temple (Australia Gayatri Temple) received this threatening call in Brisbane. Earlier, in Australia’s Victoria province, three Hindu temples were allegedly vandalized by ‘Khalistani supporters’ by making anti-India graffiti.

Ordered to shout Khalistani slogan on the phone
According to the news of ‘The Australia Today’, Gayatri Mandir (Australia Hindu Temple Threat) president Jai Ram and vice-president Dharmesh Prasad received separate calls on Friday. The caller identified himself as ‘Guruwadesh Singh’ and asked the Hindu community to support the ‘Khalistan referendum’.

The report quoted Singh’s warning message to the temple president, saying, “I have a message regarding Khalistan… If you are planning to celebrate Mahashivratri… then Khalistan from the priest.” Asking to support and raise slogans of ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ five times during the program.

‘Religion should be followed without any fear’
Talking about the threat calls, Prasad said that violence towards religious places is the biggest crime and “we Hindus should be able to practice our religion without any fear.” Later, Temple’s public relations officer Neelima also said that she received several calls from an American number.

Kali Mata temple also received a threat call
The threat call to the Gayatri temple came after the recent attacks on three Hindu temples in Australia’s Victoria state, which were allegedly vandalized with anti-India graffiti by “Khalistani supporters”. Let us tell you that earlier, a Kali Mata temple in Craigieburn, a northern suburb of Melbourne, also received a threat call to cancel the bhajan and worship program or face the consequences.

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