Oz Police See ‘hindu Hand’ In Temple Graffiti, Advise Closure | Chandigarh News

JALANDHAR: Australia’s Queensland state police have released documents of its investigation into the defacement of a Brisbane temple’s outer wall, which suggest that they are ready to close this matter after getting no more leads from the complainants and there seems a “Hindu hand” in the anti-Modi graffiti that was done on the night of March 3 but blamed on pro-Khalistan elements.
Holding that they have no suspects in the case, the investigators proposed a theory that the Hindus defaced their own temple after shutting off the key CCTV cameras purposely and the serial offender who had done similar mischief in Victoria had then sneaked into Brisbane’s Sikh rally of March 4. Three more Australian temples have been defaced since January. The Australian police released five full and seven partial investigation documents to Sikh activist and author Bhabishan Singh Goraya, who had alleged that Sikhs had been accused of vandalism without inquiry.
The Australian solicitor’s office report mentions a communique from senior detective Nicole Doyle to security intelligence officers about the Sikhs for Justice organisation that holds unofficial “Khalistan referendums” in various countries. The report cites an anonymous woman source who passed police inputs from the SFJ events to some Hindu groups and claims that she might have mental health issues or attention-seeking disorder. The detective found it odd why the temple’s CCTV was dysfunctional, and claimed that since police also had no suspects, graffiti could be a Hindu work to set cops after the SFJ.
A supplementary report mentions that: “The complainants have been unable to give us any CCTV footage… someone with no ties to the temple… may have been involved to encourage dissent between Hindus and Sikhs. The inquiry… did not show that it (SFJ) was in the area of offence during the time it occurred. All cameras went offline at about 6.30pm on March 3 shortly after being installed. It could be an installation fault or done with the purpose of facilitating the offence. More likely, it was the latter.”
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