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India expressed displeasure over vandalism of temple in Canada, anti-Hindustan posters


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This time the posters include the country’s High Commissioner in Ottawa and two Union ministers. While the previous edition featured India’s High Commissioner to Ottawa Sanjay Kumar Verma and its Consuls General in Toronto and Vancouver, this time it included External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah.

India has expressed displeasure over the vandalism of more temples and anti-India posters in the British Columbia province of Canada. A prominent temple in British Columbia’s Surrey city was vandalized on Saturday (August 12) and anti-India and pro-Khalistan posters were pasted on its front gate and back wall. Such posters also appeared in the early hours of Tuesday. The temples targeted included the Lakshmi Narayan Temple in Surrey, which was desecrated earlier on August 12.

This time the posters include the country’s High Commissioner in Ottawa and two Union ministers. While the previous edition featured India’s High Commissioner to Ottawa Sanjay Kumar Verma and its Consuls General in Toronto and Vancouver, this time it included External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah. The latest series of posters with the word ‘Wanted’ were put up in various locations across the city of Surrey. Like earlier ‘Kill India’ posters, videos of the posters put up at various locations were circulated on social media on Monday.

According to videos posted online at various locations in the Metro Vancouver area, other temples that were targeted were BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, Sri Venkateswara Mahavishnu Temple and Sri Mata Bhameshwari Durga Temple. Confirmed the incident at Lakshmi Narayan temple, but could not independently confirm the incident at the other three temples. The video posted online carried the hashtag #HinduUnderAttack.

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