Vandalised temple in Canada with anti-India and pro-Khalistan graffiti

Graffiti against India and in favour of Afghanistan was written on the exterior walls of a temple in the Canadian town of Surrey, British Columbia.

The change occurs the day before the secessionist organisation Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) threatened to “lock down” the Indian Consulate in Vancouver.

At the Shri Mata Bhameshwari Durga temple in Surrey, there was vandalism.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Surrey Detachment first learned of the incident on Thursday morning.

The graffiti has been erased, according to Rohit, a manager at the shrine.

As SFJ called on pro-Khalistan elements to lock down the Vancouver Consulate on Friday, India’s high commission in Ottawa alerted Canada’s foreign ministry, Global Affairs Canada, about the suspected threat to its diplomatic facilities in Vancouver.

This call was made in reaction to the Khalistan Referendum’s being forcibly postponed; it was supposed to take place on September 10 at a Surrey school.

After complaints over their campaign materials, which included an image of an AK-47 machine rifle, Canadian officials revoked their approval to hold voting at a public school on Sunday.

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