The Windsor Police have started an investigation into the incident that they allege is a 'hate-motivated incident'
The Indian High Commission called these incidents clear attempts to sow hatred and division among the peaceful multi-faith and multi-cultural Indian-Australian community.
In a possible hate crime, unidentified persons destroyed a handcrafted statue of Mahatma Gandhi with a sledgehammer at the Hindu temple in Queens after vandalising it earlier this month.
In his media statement, Modi said it is a matter of regret that reports of attacks on temples have been coming regularly from Australia over the past few weeks and that it is natural that such news worries everyone in India
This act of vandalism was noticed when the devotees came for ‘darshan’ as the three-day long 'Thai Pongal' festival is being celebrated by the Tamil Hindu community.
While no one from among those who attacked Hindu temples and homes has been arrested, the student who allegedly made the Facebook post has been arrested.
This is the second attack on Hindu students playing Holi in Pakistan in two days. Earlier on Monday, 15 students were injured at the Punjab University campus.
Around 40 people have been arrested for the violence in which 12 police personnel were injured, according to the police.
The idols of deities were found damaged at the decade-old temple in Sidhra on the city outskirts, said the officials.
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The police have arrested ten people and beefed up security in the area.
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