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On Sunday, 30th April, the Hindus of Melbourne, Australia organized a rally in front of the Victoria Parliament, raising their voices against the rampant anti-Hindu hate and Hindu-hate speeches which go unchecked. The Australia Hindus Justice Rally was organized by the Australia Hindu Association, and is the first of its kind in the country. Organizing the rally, hundreds of Hindus demanded justice for the victims of the Federation Square attacks.

Back on 29th January, 2023, around 30-40 armed Khalistanis had attacked unarmed Indians carrying the Indian flag at the Federation Square, Melbourne. More than 20, including a taxi driver, a truck driver, juveniles, and several Nihangs were involved in the attack.

In this rally, the participating Hindus protested against similar pro-Khalistan activities which have been on the rise in the country, wherein Hindu mandirs have also been attacked, which includes attacks on the Sri Sri Radha Vallabh ISKCON mandir, the Shri Shiva Vishnu mandir, and the BAPS Swaminarayan mandir recently, and anti-Hindu speeches which have become rampant all over.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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