Thursday, August 18, 2022

Indian right-wing gang in Sydney are attacking other Indians

The Indian Western Sydney gang is armed and dangerous and investigations are on to find the attackers

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An Indian-origin man from Sydney Rahul Kumar was attacked by an armed group in a suspected hate crime. It is suspected that the Western Sydney hate group that sparked fear across the city last year, was intimidating people who are not the pro-Modi Indian government.  The Indian Western Sydney gang is armed and dangerous and investigations are on to find the attackers.

Rahul Kumar, 30, was ambushed by a group of six people as he walked to his car outside Plus Fitness Westmead last Saturday afternoon. Rahul said, “I was making my way to the car, and some random people – there were six or seven people – they just attacked me with the things they had,” he told 7NEWS.  He said, “They bashed me badly.  “My head was bleeding, my shirt was totally red in blood.” Rahul, a trainee nurse, was attacked by a group of people armed with bats and metal poles in a suspected hate crime.

The attack has reignited fears of the possible return of a Western Sydney hate group that sparked fear across the city last year, intimidating people who are not the pro-Indian government

The offenders also filmed the attack and boasted about it on social media.  In the footage, the group is seen running at their target from all angles.  The attack has reignited fears of the possible return of a Western Sydney hate group that sparked fear across the city last year, intimidating people who are not the pro-Indian government. “I’ve seen it all too often in this area,” Turbans 4 Australia spokesman Amar Singh said.  “It feels like a similar gang.  “I think this gang needs to be controlled.”

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Gyanendra
(Gyanendra has been teaching and writing for the last 15 years. His passion for teaching keeps him engaged. He keeps a keen interest in Sports and Current Affairs.)

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