Around 55000 to 60,000 Australian Sikhs Vote for Khalistan Creation in India

NewsToday: In Melbourne, Australia, nearly 60,000 Sikhs participated in the Khalistan referendum despite efforts by the Indian government to keep them from doing so in order to increase support for Khalistan.By the time the PRC, also known as the Punjab referendum commission, and the centre administration locked the door, between 55,000 and 60,000 Sikhs had cast their votes. Approximately people who are above 18 are able to participate in the voting process.

Fifteen thousand were not allowed to cast their vote due to some limited requirements. Gurminder Singh, the leader of the Sikh community, announced that the pending people would allow casting their ballot in a separate voting system which will be announced later. The vote for the Khalistan referendum was started and placed in the UK, Italy, Canada, and Switzerland.

Sabahat Abid


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