How Khalistanis and radical Islamists are targeting Hindus and Temples world-wide

The desecration of Hindu Temples in countries such as Canada and Australia continues unabated with the authorities failing to check on this menace.

In the latest incident anti-India graffiti was found at the Ram Mandir, in Mississauga, Canada.

The Consulate General of India in Toronto on Tuesday (local time) condemned the incident and urged the Canadian authorities to investigate the incident and take prompt action against the perpetrators. “We strongly condemn the defacing of Ram Mandir in Mississauga with anti-India graffiti. We have requested Canadian authorities to investigate the incident and take prompt action on perpetrators,” the Consulate General of India in Toronto said in a tweet.

Hindu Temples have come under attack in several parts of the world. Such incidents have been reported in Canada, Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan just to name a few.

Earlier, the BAPS Swaminarayana Temple in Toronto was defaced by the pro-Khalistan elements. Similar incidents were reported in Australia as well.

The targeting of Hindus has become a common agenda for both the Khalistan forces and the radical Islamists as well. In Bangladesh and Pakistan, there has been a sustained effort to usurp the rights of the Hindus.

An official explains that the common goal of these Khalistan forces and radical Islamists remains the same and that is to target Hindus. The National Investigation Agency had unearthed a plot in which Hindus were murdered in cases of targeted killings in Punjab. A similar plot was unearthed in the murder of scores of Hindus in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra among others.

Even the recent blasts at Mangaluru and Coimbatore were aimed at Hindus, the investigations have shown. The NIA conducted raids at 60 different locations in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka in connection with the case.

In the case of Temples being vandalised in Australia or Canada, the message was common. In all these incidents the rants were against Hindus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi. All graffiti which were anti-India in nature also had a word of praise for terrorist Bhindranwale. These are acts of the proscribed Sikhs for Justice (SJF), which is funded by Pakistan’s ISI.

Now coming to Bangladesh, the Hindus have had to deal with targeted persecution. While women have been raped and killed, the men have to deal with abuse and even murder. In addition to this both in Pakistan and Bangladesh, Hindus have been forcibly converted and married off. The Bangladesh Jatiya Hindu Mahajot in a statement said that in the year 2022, 8,900 acres of land belonging to Hindus had been grabbed. 39 Hindu women were killed in the same year. 55 were molested, while 152 were forcibly converted to Islam and married off. The Islamists also set ablaze 128 Hindu Temples and vandalised 481 idols of Hindu Gods and Goddesses. 333 Hindus were forced to eat beef, while beef was thrown into 179 religious institutions in 2022. 51 Hindu Temples were grabbed and 319 looted in the same year. In 2022 alone 154 Hindus were killed.

The persecution does not end there. The Bangladeshis have over the years infiltrated into states such as Assam and West Bengal. Over the years, they have targeted the Hindus, grabbed their lands. They have been able to earn a lot of money thanks to cattle smuggling, narco trade and counterfeiting. Using this money and their muscle power they have driven out scores of Hindus from their lands, but offering a pittance for their land. If the Hindus objected to it, they used their political clout to drive them out.

Source: OneIndia

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