NRIs in Australia hold separate rallies opposing, supporting govt's Kashmir move

Two separate rallies -- one support of the Government of India move to revoke Article 370 and the other opposing the move -- were held in Melbourne, the business capital of Australia. Neeraj Nanda, editor, "South Asia Times", told CV News that while the Kashmiri Pandits in Melbourne and others held a rally at the Federation Square at the same spot opposing the Indian action.
Nanda said, the second rally was much bigger, and the slogan shouting, in which Indian diaspora from different parts of India, including Sikhs, participated, was so powerful that could be heard at the dias of the Indian Film Festival event "taking place adjacent, though not very near", the Federation Square.



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