spot_img

HinduPost is the voice of Hindus. Support us. Protect Dharma

Will you help us hit our goal?

spot_img
Hindu Post is the voice of Hindus. Support us. Protect Dharma
25.4 C
Sringeri
Saturday, April 13, 2024

Bharatiyas, Khalistani supporters clash in Canadian city on Diwali night

Police in the Canadian city of Mississauga said that between 400 and 500 people clashed on Diwali night, during which one side waved the Bharatiya Tricolour while some others held Khalistani banners, media reports said.

In a tweet, the Peel Regional Police said officers received reports of a fight in the area of Goreway and Etude drives at around 9.41 p.m. on Monday, reports Global News.

The police said they received reports that the fight had broken out at a local parking lot, adding that paramedics assessed one male patient at the scene.

In its latest update on Tuesday, the police said there was a “large gathering of people” who were “yelling” and “screaming”, but there was “no large fight.”

A video of the incident has gone viral on social media, according to the Mississauga-based online news outlet Insauga.

The footage shows two large crowds at a Diwali celebration separated by Peel Regional Police officers as fireworks can be heard in the background.

Garbage from what appears to be used fireworks litters the ground where the stand-off took place, Insauga reported.

(The story has been published via a syndicated feed with minor edits to conform to HinduPost style-guide.)

Subscribe to our channels on Telegram &  YouTube. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook

Related Articles

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Articles

Sign up to receive HinduPost content in your inbox
Select list(s):

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

Thanks for Visiting Hindupost

Dear valued reader,
HinduPost.in has been your reliable source for news and perspectives vital to the Hindu community. We strive to amplify diverse voices and broaden understanding, but we can't do it alone. Keeping our platform free and high-quality requires resources. As a non-profit, we rely on reader contributions. Please consider donating to HinduPost.in. Any amount you give can make a real difference. It's simple - click on this button:
By supporting us, you invest in a platform dedicated to truth, understanding, and the voices of the Hindu community. Thank you for standing with us.