Australian police releases pics of 6 men involved in Khalistan referendum brawl

Australian state Victoria’s police on Monday released images of six men believed to have been involved in the late January’s Khalistan referendum incident, which was organised in the state capital Melbourne and culminated into brawls between Khalistani activist and pro-India demonstrates.

“Police are appealing for public assistance as they continue to investigate an affray at the Khalistan Referendum at Federation Square on 29 Jan. Police have released images of six men they believe may be able to assist with their enquiries,” Victoria police said.

The incident, in which two people were reportedly injured and as many Sikh men were detained, was organised in Melbourne’s Federation Square to hold a so-called ‘Punjab independence referendum’ on January 29.

Police claimed that two fights broke out, one at about 12:45 PM and the other at about 4:30 PM.

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“During the fight, flag poles were used by several men as weapons which caused physical injuries to multiple victims in which two victims were t reated at the scene by paramedics,” the statement read.

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