The event comes simply 10 days after India released a consultatory for Indian nationals in Canada to stay attentive as there was a “sharp boost in hate criminal activities”.

India today condemned the vandalisation of a park sign at a park in Canada named after the Bhagavad Gita. Calling it a “hate criminal offense”, the Indian High Payment in Canada demanded a probe into the issue.

” We condemn the hate criminal activity at the Shri Bhagvad Gita Park in Brampton. We urge Canadian authorities and Peel Police to examine and take punctual action on the wrongdoers,” the High Payment of India in Ottawa claimed in a tweet.

The park– previously called Troyers Park– was relabelled as Shri Bhagavad Gita Park and also introduced on September 28.

Earlier today, the information was confirmed by Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown. Condemning the incident, Mr Brown said, “We have absolutely no resistance for this.”

We know that the recently introduced Shri Bhagavad Gita Park indication has actually been ruined. We have no tolerance for this.

We have actually flagged to Peel Regional Cops for additional investigation.

Our Parks division is functioning to solve and remedy the indicator as soon as possible.

— Patrick Brown (@patrickbrownont) October 2, 2022
The occasion comes just 10 days after India issued an advising for Indian nationals and also trainees in Canada to remain watchful as there was a “sharp boost in hate criminal offenses and also anti-India activities.”

The Foreign Ministry claimed it has actually occupied incidents of hate crimes, sectarian violence and also anti-India tasks with Canada and has requested investigation and action. “The criminals of these criminal activities have not been brought to justice until now in Canada,” claimed a ministry declaration.

Canada is house to 1.6 million individuals of Indian beginning as well as non-resident Indians.

This year, there have been at the very least two cases of attacks on Hindu temples in the nation. On September 15, a holy place was defaced with anti-India graffiti.

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Last Updated: 03 October 2022