New Delhi: The Centre government led by Prime minister Narendra Modi is closely monitoring the increasing incidents of Sikh radicals, attacks on temples and vandalism of Hindu symbols in the UK and Canada.
The government is evaluating situation and considering to terse message to the two members of the Commonwealth community.
India has lodged a strong protest over the violence against the Indian community in Leicester.
The government has also taken note of how British and Canadian security agencies are ignoring collection of funds by Sikh radicals to promote separatism.
In the latest development, after Leicester in England, now demonstrations are also took place in Smethwick. On Tuesday, a large number of people from Muslim communities had gathered outside the Hindu temple and protested by shouting slogans.
The Modi government is serious about all these incidents. According to media reports, the government is keeping a close watch on Britain and Canada in view of these incidents.
The Indian government has expressed its resentment to the UK government over the protest against the Indian community in Leicester.
Sikhs for Justice held a referendum
Earlier, there was an incident of some miscreants writing slogans and making some graffiti on the walls of Swaminarayan Temple in Toronto, Canada.
Angered by the incident, Indians had demanded action against the accused. The Indian High Commission in Canada had also condemned the incident.
Apart from this, On September 19, a referendum was held in Brampton, allegedly by Sikhs for Justice, a banned group in India. The Indian authorities lodged its protest against it citing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government turned a blind eye to so-called referendum, which organised an anti-India activity.