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Hindu temple in Canada vandalised and Khalistani terrorist’s posters put up

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Again, pro-Khalistan supporters vandalized Hindu temples in Canada. Khalisthani posters were found at the door of that temple. There is a demand for a referendum on the formation of independent Khalistan. This Saturday midnight incident has created a great sensation in British Columbia province of Canada. The local Hindu community is angry with the whole incident. The police are investigating the incident.

Miscreants vandalized the Lakshmi Narayan temple in Surrey, British Columbia on Saturday night. Which is one of the famous and largest temple in Canada. A poster at the temple reads, “Canada is investigating India’s involvement in the June 18 killings.” The poster has a photo of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the former chief of Khalistan Tiger Force.

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This Hardeep was also the head of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Sahib in Surrey. On the evening of June 18, two unidentified miscreants vandalized the Gurdwara. KTF chief Hardeep was killed. It is believed that pro-Khalistan posters were vandalized in the temple on this day to protest against that incident. Canadian police are investigating the incident. CCTV footage is being examined. It should be noted that this is the third time in Canada that a temple has been vandalized this year. The mayor of Brampton strongly condemned the incident.

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