The Consulate of India in Toronto tweeted on Tuesday that we strongly condemn the incident of hurting religious sentiments by writing anti-India slogans on the walls of the Ram temple in Mississauga.
New Delhi: Khalistani extremists wrote anti-India slogans on the walls of a Hindu temple in Canada to hurt religious sentiments. The accused have demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi be declared a dictator. Along with this, he has written slogans on the wall of the temple calling Bhindranwala a martyr. The Indian Mission in Canada condemned the incident and appealed to the Canadian authorities to take swift action against the perpetrators. The incident took place on February 13 at a Ram temple in Mississauga. However, the time of the incident is not known.
We strongly condemn this incident - Embassy of India
The Consulate General of India in Toronto tweeted on Tuesday, “We strongly condemn this incident of hurting religious sentiments by writing anti-India slogans on the walls of Ram Mandir in Mississauga. We have requested the Canadian authorities to investigate the incident and take swift action against the culprits."
The temple's Facebook page reads, "The walls of the Shri Ram Mandir in Mississauga, Ontario were vandalized overnight. We are deeply disturbed by this incident and we are working with the appropriate law enforcement authority on this matter."
Pro-Khalistani slogans and anti-India slogans have been written on the walls of the temple. This is not the first time that anti-India slogans have been written on the wall of a temple in Canada. In January, anti-India slogans were found written on the wall of a temple in Canada, sparking outrage among the Indian community. In September last year, slogans were written on the walls of the BAPS Swaminarayan Temple in Toronto by "Canadian Khalistani extremists".