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Hindu temple defaced again in US’ California with anti-India, pro-Khalistan graffiti

A temple in California was defaced with anti-India graffiti. Supply: X/@HinduAmerican.

One other Hindu temple was defaced and attacked with anti-India and pro-Khalistani graffiti within the US state of California. The Hindu American Basis knowledgeable in regards to the incident and mentioned they’re in contact with temple leaders and in touch with Alameda Police in addition to civil rights division on the Justice Division.

The picture of vandalism posted on social media confirmed the phrases ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ spray-painted on an indication publish outdoors the temple together with different objectionable graffiti.

Based on HAF, the Vijay’s Sherawali Temple in Hayward, CA sustained a copycat defacement merely two weeks after the Swaminarayan temple assault and every week after a theft on the Shiv Durga temple in California.

A photograph of the vandalisation of the California’s Sherawali Temple was additionally shared by HAF on its web page on X.

The HAF has requested Hindu temples within the area to put in safety cameras and alarm methods in view of “rising threat from Khalistan proponents as well as the omnipresent risk from anti-Hindu actors”.

Additionally, the HAF has shared the temple security information which particularly discusses that temple graffiti qualifies as a hate crime.

On 23 December, 2023, Swaminarayan Mandir Vasana Sanstha in California’s Newark was defaced with pro-Khalistani slogans. The photographs had been shared on X by the Hindu American Basis, exhibiting slogans scribbled on the partitions of the Hindu temple.

Exterior Affairs Minister (EAM) S Jaishankar took the be aware of the incident of temple vandalism in Newark, and reiterated that extremists and separatists shouldn’t be given area.

“I have seen it. Extremists, separatists and such forces should not be given space. Our Consulate there complained to the government and the police and an inquiry is underway,” Jaishankar had mentioned.

With inputs from businesses

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