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‘Neem Ka Patta Kadwa Hai, Khalistani…’: Canadian Hindus give a befitting reply to Khalistanis creating ruckus outside Lakshmi Narayan Temple

“‘Neem Ka Patta Kadwa Hai, Khalistani…’: Canadian Hindus give a befitting reply to Khalistanis creating ruckus outside Lakshmi Narayan Temple”, Opindia, November 27, 2023:

“On 26th November (local time), the Khalistani elements harassed the Hindu devotees outside Laxmi Narayan Mandir in Surrey in Canada, prompting the Hindu community to respond with a peaceful counter-protest.

Following the protest by the Hindu community, the pro-Khalistani elements ran away from the scene. In response to the Khalistanis, the Hindu community gathered outside the temple and raised pro-India slogans.

They waved religious saffron flags with Om printed on them and chanted Vande Mataram while the patriotic song played in the background…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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