Brisbane: After failing diplomatically to stop the Khalistan referendum in Australia, India resorted to cyber attacks. The voting was disrupted three times due to attacks by Indian hackers.
Long queues of people wishing to vote formed outside polling stations before voting began on Sunday, with thousands of Sikhs exercising their right to vote despite all Indian efforts to stop the referendum.
The enthusiasm of the Sikhs who participated in the referendum for independence from India was visible, in the referendum starting from 2021, referendums have also been held in 7 cities of Great Britain, including Switzerland, Italy and 2 places in Canada.
Sikhs for Justice has claimed that there is evidence of the Indian government’s involvement in hacker attacks during the referendum in Brisbane.
Gruptunat Sankhpanu said that the final countdown of the success of the last war of independence from India through the referendum has begun. The downfall of Narendra Modi has been linked to the renewed demand of innocent Sikhs and it is not far-fetched that India will soon fall victim to an internal civil war.
President Khalistan Council Dr. Bakshish Singh Sindhu said that the extremist Hindu government in India is refusing to give basic rights to the Sikhs.
It should be noted that a few days before the referendum in Brisbane, tension was created by the siege of the Indian consulate by pro-Khalistan Sikhs. . Narendra Modi has raised the issues of temple attacks and Sikh activities in Australia with his Australian counterpart.