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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

SIO Condemns the brutal attack on Australia based Indian student”

SIO Condemns the brutal attack on Australia based Indian student”


Students Islamic Organisation of India strongly condemns brutal attack on Indian student Nitin Garg, who was killed in this attack in Australia. “The attacks on Indians (especially students) in Australia is becoming a regular phenomenon whether it’s racial or non-racial”, said M A Qadeer, President SIO Mumbai.


With this new killing, Australian government is supposed to justify its stand on racial attacks, that were carried out since more than a year now.


The mere statement of Australian leaders that they "unreservedly condemn" is not sufficient. The police also shall not be allowed to just claim that there was no evidence of racial reason behind this heinous crime. Against the stand of world leader that if you are innocent, you are required to prove your innocence, we Indians are well justified to ask the Australian government that if they are not guilty of being racial, they need to prove their innocence. Australian police need to come up with the reason behind this brutality against the Indian youngster.


Indian students and professionals are contributing to the world by their innovations and technical skills. Australia is one of the attractive destination for Indian students due to it’s open environment of study and culture. It’s shameful that such incidences are happening on regular basis there.


Condemning the killing of Garg, Mohd Abdul Qadeer said, "the tragic death of a young Indian lad is ... disgusting, it is a shocking crime and it is something that the makes us to think the basic reasons behind such acts of violence”.


We solemnly stand besides that aggrieved and seek the intervention of Indian government to stop these crimes against Indian youth in Australia


PR Sceretery,

SIO of India (Mumbai Division).

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