The Australian government refused to stop the Khalistan referendum in Melbourne.
Ahead of the Khalistan referendum in the Australian city of Melbourne, tensions flared over posters praising Indira Gandhi’s killers.
The Sikh community has decided to take out a car rally on January 15 to mark the 34th death anniversary of Indira Gandhi’s assassins Satwant Singh and Kehar Singh.
Indira Gandhi’s assassins were hanged on January 6, 1989. Satwant Sankh and Kehar Singh assassinated the then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to avenge the attack on the Golden Temple.
The Khalistan referendum will be held in Melbourne on January 29. The Khalistan Referendum poster put up outside the Plympton Gurdwara went viral on social media.
The poster also has pictures of Satwant and Kehar Singh, which angered the Hindu community and unknown persons sprayed the posters.
On the other hand, the Hindu community approached the government to stop the Khalistan referendum, but the Australian government refused to stop the Khalistan referendum after examining all the issues.