Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Day 119

The attacks on the Indians in Australia are increasing daily. All the newspaper and news channels are showing the photos and footages of the victim Indians. On Sunday, when the Indian students were having protest march in Australia then the Australian police has brutally beaten them. One Indian student was continuously punched on his head by an Australian police officer. That student felt unconscious due to the beating. Capsicum sprays were used on the Indian students. And this was not enough then they have arrested 18 demonstrators in charge of “breach of peace”. Now what kind of double standard is this? The Australian Prime Minister is assuring that the security will be provided to the Indian students and the Australian police are doing the inhuman act to the Indian students. More and more people of Indian origins are now been attacked these days. Whether it’s a taxi driver or a student. There is a sense of insecurity amongst those who are staying there. And the parents of all those students are now restless in India. Now I don’t think that any student from India will think to go to Australia for studies. And those who have come back from Australia are telling their stories like how they have been treated there. Many of the students avoided to go to the police station to lodge any complaint after they were abused. And those who went the Australian police have asked for the evidences of abuses? Now this is something unthinkable. A foreigner in a country is been abused or sometime is been beaten up and instead of giving safety to them the police is asking for the evidences for the things which have taken place verbally. How can a person bring evidence for the abuses he or she has suffered? And when the Australian Prime Minister gave assurance to the Indian Prime Minister that there will be no more attacks on Indians and they will get police protection then why the Australian police used force so brutally? And the increasing attacks are telling something else to the entire world. In my view, all the Indians settled in Australia should come back to their home.

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