Hate crime at Canada's Bhagavad Gita Park condemned by Indian High Commission

Condemning strongly the "hate crime" at a park named Bhagavad Gita Park in Canada, India urged authorities to take prompt action.
Bhagavad Gita Park incident shows that hate crimes against Indians have grown in Canada. (Representative Image)
Bhagavad Gita Park incident shows that hate crimes against Indians have grown in Canada. (Representative Image)Angry Red Hammer Guy (Wikimedia Commons)

Condemning strongly the "hate crime" at a park named after the Bhagavad Gita in Canada, India urged authorities to take prompt action.

"We condemn the hate crime at the Shri Bhagavad Gita Park in Brampton. We urge Canadian authorities and Peel Police to investigate and take prompt action on the perpetrators."

High Commission of India, Ottawa

A sign with the park's name was allegedly vandalized and officials have ordered a probe, said city Mayor Patrick Brown, who confirmed the incident on Twitter. Condemning the incident, Brown said, "We have zero tolerance for this."

He also said that the matter has now been flagged to Peel Regional Police for further investigation, adding that the Parks department is working to resolve and correct the sign as soon as possible. (KB/IANS)

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