Khalistan Supporters: The terror of Khalistan supporters against Indians is increasing in Australia. Khalistan supporters are targeting Indian people every day. A similar incident has come to the fore on Friday as well. Actually, Khalistan supporters have brutally attacked an Indian student in Marylands, western suburb of Sydney, Australia.
According to Australia Today’s report, the Indian student has been targeted after raising his voice against Khalistani extremist activities. According to reports, a 23-year-old Indian student in Australia was allegedly thrashed with an iron rod by Khalistan supporters, who were allegedly chanting “Khalistan Zindabad” while beating the Indian student. The attack took place in Sydney’s western suburb of Marylands. Has happened.
Beating with an iron rod on the middle of the road
On the condition of anonymity, the victim student told about the incident that on Friday morning when I was going out for some work, 4-5 Khalistan supporters attacked me. The victim further told that they attacked my face with an iron rod. Along with studies, the victim student, who worked as a driver, told that as soon as I sat on my driving seat, I don’t know from where the Khalistani supporters came. When the victim tried to resist the attack, he got down from the vehicle and started beating him with an iron rod.
Slogans of Khalistan Zindabad
The victim Indian student told that two of the attackers also recorded the video of the attack while beating. Not only this, the student told that while attacking him, the attackers were continuously raising slogans of “Khalistan Zindabad”. The victim told that everything happened within 5 minutes. After attacking, the attackers went on saying that the same would happen to those who oppose the Khalistan issue. According to the police, the victim is undergoing treatment. The case is being investigated. At present, the Government of India has not yet given any official statement on this issue.
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