Khalistan flag raised at Indian Consulate in Brisbane

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BRISBANE – Within days of Indian foreign minister’s high-profile visit to Australia, a video is making rounds at Social media with “Khalistan” Flag raised at Indian Consulate at Brisbane urging G-20 Foreign Ministers who are due in Delhi to visit “Widow Colony” inhibited by hundreds of Sikhs who were gang-raped by Hindu Supremacists in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi’s assassination in November 1984.

While Indian officials have been accusing the pro-Khalistan Sikhs of vandalising Hindu Temples in Canada and Australia, the allegation is so far unsubstantiated and without any evidence. However, both in Canada and Australia, right-wing Hindu individuals have been caught red-handed on camera and reported to the authorities for vandalizing the banners of Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and Khalistan Referendum.

Urging the G20 Foreign Ministers to make time and visit “Widow Colony” of Delhi during their upcoming trip to India on March 1-2, Videos circulating on social media claims “Successive Indian regimes of BJP and Congress have massacred the religious minorities in India with complete impunity. While Congress committed Genocide of Sikhs in November 1984, BJP’s hands are soaked with the blood of Muslims from 1992 Babri Masjid to 2002 Gujrat pograms in which PM Modi’s direct and active involvement is substantiated in recent BBC documentary”.

Foreign Ministers of G20 countries are due to be in Delhi on March 1 and 2 to attend the Ministerial summit.The infamous “Widow Colony” of Delhi, at one time had over 2000 Sikh widows who had been Gang raped and their male family members were necklaced to death by Hindu mobs during November 1984 Sikh Genocide. According to Nanavati Commission report, the death squads that perpetrated the carnage, mayhem and rape upon Sikh women and men were led by Congress leader “Bhagat” and BJP leader Ram Jain, a close associate of BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee who later became PM of India.

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