Australia Reports Hindu Temple Vandalism Incident By Khalistanis
In Australia, another incident of Hindu temple vandalism was reported on March 4. Notably, Shree Laxmi Narayan Mandir (Temple) in Brisbane's Burbank suburb was vandalised by Khalistani groups, causing distress to the local Hindu community. This is the fifth attempt of vandalisation after various attempts earlier in January and February, confirmed local sources. The Hindu Human Rights Director, Sarah L. Gates claimed these attacks to terrorize… read-more
Tags: Khalistani, Crime, hindu temple, Culture, vandalism, Hindu community
14 Hindu Temple Idol Vandalized In Bangladesh
In Bangladesh's Thakurgaon region, unidentified people vandalized 14 Hindu Temples in the wee hours of February 5, confirmed local sources. Mr Barman, the general secretary of the upazila's Puja Celebration Council, said some of the idols were destroyed while some were found in pond waters along the temple sites. He added, "We are in the dark about their (culprits) identity but we want to bring them to justice after investigations".
Tags: Bangladesh(32), vandalism, hindu temple, Unidentified Culprits, Hindus
Unidentified Miscreants Vandalises AIMIM Office In Mumbai
In breaking news, some unidentified miscreants broke into the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) party office in Mumbra, Maharashtra. On September 23, the unidentified people who had a sword and attacked people there, leaving two seriously injured. The MIM shared the visuals, which showed men barging into the office even as a man tries to stop them from entering and vandalising the party office.
Tags: AIMIM Office, Mumbai, Twitter, vandalism, Indian Politics
Delhi CM Residence Vandalization Case: Delhi HC Asks Police To Submit Status Report
In the case of Vandalization incident which took place outside the residence of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi High Court has directed the police to submit a status report of the investigation with the CM Secretariat in a sealed cover. Meanwhile, Delhi police submitted a status report to Delhi High Court, on May 30. Eight persons have been arrested so far, and notices have been served to 20 others.
Tags: Arvind Kejriwal, vandalism, Delhi Police, Delhi High Court, CM Secretariat
Delhi HC Seeks Sealed Cover Report Over Attack At CM Kejriwal's Residence
Delhi HC reviewed a petition filed against the vandalism outside CM Arvind Kejriwal's residence, on April 25. The bench comprising of Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Navin Chawla has sought a status report, in a sealed cover, on the investigation being carried out into the incident. Furthermore, AAP leaders blamed the BJP activist behind the attack on March 30, and demanded a SIT investigation.
Tags: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, Attack, vandalism, BJP, Sealed Cover Report
7 Vehicles Involved In Sand Mining Set Ablaze By Naxals in Chhattisgarh
Seven vehicles involved in sand mining in Chhattisgarh were set ablaze by Naxals on April 18. IG P Sundarraj shared that while sand mining was underway in the Minagachal river, about seven of the vehicles involved in the process were set ablaze by the Naxals. He specified that the vehicles included 4 Hyva trucks and two JCBs. More details about the incident are awaited as investigation is currently underway.
Tags: naxals, vandalism, vehicle vandalism, Crime, Criminals
Pakistan Police Arrest 10 More In Temple Attack Case; Total 55 Arrested
In the temple vandalisation case in Pakistan, the police have arrested 10 more people, taking the total arrest count to 55. Registering an FIR against 350 people, the authorities are looking for other offenders as well. Earlier on December 30, a mob led by leaders of radical religious party had vandalized and set ablaze the temple in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. While the attack was slammed by activists, India also conveyed its discontent… read-more
Tags: Pakistan, hindu temple, arrested, vandalism, Hindu minority
Courtesy: The Times of India
Employees Vandalise iPhone Plant In Karnataka Over Salary Issue
An iPhone manufacturing plant in Karnataka's Kolar district was wrecked on December 12 by its own employees who were disgruntled over salary-related issues. The plant, managed by Taiwan's Wistron Corporation, had around 2000 employees at the plant during the incident. Police have detained 132 employees in connection with the case. Reportedly, the employees destroyed company's property and tried to burn vehicles. However, Wistron has not… read-more
Tags: Karnataka, iphone, vandalism, salary
Courtesy: Zee News
Riots Break Out in Sweden Over Anti-Islamic Activities
On August 28, riots broke out on the streets of Sweden's Malmo city as hundreds of people gathered, hurling stones at police vehicles, and burning car tyres. Reportedly, the incident occurred when a copy of the Holy Quran was burned by right-wing extremists, after their Danish leader, Rasmus Paludan was denied permission to have a meeting in Malmo. Several videos of the violence surfaced online where rioters were seen chanting 'Allahu Akbar… read-more
Tags: Sweden, protest, vandalism, anti-islamic activity
Courtesy: Republic World