Australia slams Indian newspaper’s ‘Ku Klux Klan’ cartoon

Australia on Friday angrily condemned an Indian newspaper cartoon likening its police to the Ku Klux Klan over their investigations into the murder of a young Indian man. New Delhi’s Mail Today ran the cartoon showing a figure with an Australian police badge wearing a pointed white hood, following the stabbing murder of 21-year-old Indian national Nitin Garg in Melbourne last weekend. The murder of 21-year-old accounting graduate Garg has ignited tensions which have been simmering for 18 months against the backdrop of a series of attacks in Victoria state against Indians. Indian media accused Australian police of not doing enough to protect foreign students who have fuelled a lucrative overseas education industry. But Australian authorities have insisted there are no indications as yet that Garg, who was stabbed in the abdomen as he walked to work at a hamburger restaurant late on December 2, was the victim of a race-hate crime. The cartoon, in which the hooded figure is saying: “We are yet to ascertain the nature of the crime”, was also condemned by Victoria Police Minister Bob Cameron


2 thoughts on “Australia slams Indian newspaper’s ‘Ku Klux Klan’ cartoon

  1. stevevirgin Post author

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