NEW DELHI: India on Thursday strongly condemned the latest incidents of assaults on Indians in Australia and urged Canberra to not enable the usage of Australian territory for actions detrimental to India’s territorial integrity, safety and nationwide pursuits. Exterior Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated India has conveyed to Australia its “agency rejection” of the so-called Khalistani referendum and the latest politically motivated workouts by extremist parts in that nation.
Two folks have been injured when brawls broke out between Khalistani activists and pro-India demonstrators in Melbourne on Monday throughout a so-called ‘Punjab independence referendum’ that was organised by terrorist outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ).
“We strongly condemn such assaults by extremist parts and we urge native authorities to analyze and punish the perpetrators,” Exterior Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated.
“We’ve got been repeatedly taking over with the Australian authorities our considerations about actions by such parts together with these which are proscribed terrorist organisations,” he stated throughout his weekly media briefing.
Bagchi stated India has conveyed its “agency rejection of the so-called Khalistan referendum and politically motivated workouts by extremists parts.
“We’ve got requested Australia to make sure the security and safety of members of the Indian group and their properties and never enable the usage of Australian territory for actions that will be detrimental to territorial integrity, safety and nationwide pursuits of India,” Bagchi stated.
He stated India has famous the feedback by some Australian leaders condemning the violence in Melbourne.
“We’ll proceed to take up this subject with Australian authorities,” he stated.
The incidents of violence came to visit a month earlier than Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s go to to India. Albanese is more likely to go to India within the first half of subsequent month.
On concentrating on a distinguished Hindu temple in Brampton in Canada a number of days again, Bagchi referred to feedback by the Canadian overseas minister, denouncing the vandalism.
“We reaffirm this place strongly and we condemn such acts of vandalisation,” he stated.
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