Australia: ‘Australian authorities are responsible for attacks on temples’, Indian envoy said before PM Modi’s visit

Australia Hindu Temple Attack: Hindu temples have been fiercely targeted in Australia in the last few months. In the recent past also such incidents have been seen. In such a situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can go to Australia after completing the tour of Papua New Guinea. Earlier, Indian High Commissioner Manpreet Vohra on Monday appreciated the accountability of Australian authorities on the  vandalism of Hindu temples.

India concerned over vandalism of Hindu temples 

When asked whether the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Australian PM Anthony Albanese will discuss the issue of vandalism of Hindu temples, Vohra said, "Vandalism of Hindu temples has been a matter of concern in India. He discussed this topic with Australian PM Anthony Albanese. when he came to India. PM Anthony had also assured to curb such incidents. 

PM Modi may discuss Australia tour 

Earlier during his visit to India in March, Albanese had reiterated that Australia was committed to preventing attacks against Hindu temples. "full force" will work from Significantly, this issue was raised by PM Modi at Hyderabad House, where there was a formal conversation between the leaders of the two countries. Then PM Modi had said that the attacks on Hindu temples in Australia had hurt India. "Concerned" has done. 

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