Quick Action against the Aussie Attacks

After two more Indians, aged 20 and 22, were attacked in Australia on 26th January, the Oz police arrested five people, hence proving their intentions to take quick actions against the culprits.

The Australia government has shown its concern for the recent spate of racial issues and has taken ample measures to stop them. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd’s nephew, Van Thanh Rudd, recently took part in a protest in opposition to all these incidents happening against the Indians.

Immigration minister Chris Evans condemned these attacks and said that a bunch of idiots are responsible for executing these attacks on Indians.

Despite all these incidents, statistics point out towards the direction that India is the third most represented country when it comes to people getting citizenship in Australia. Other two countries are Britain and China.

An Indian, Banaisha, who recently took an oath at a Citizenship ceremony in Australia, was found saying that neither she nor any of her relatives have experienced any racial attacks so far, reports by HT (http://www.hindustantimes.com/rssfeed/world/Despite-assaults-Indians-queue-up-for-citizenship/Article1-502087.aspx) confirmed the statement.

In another story (http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/newest-citizens-unfazed-by-racist-attacks/story-e6frg6nf-1225823755553), new Australian citizens Suresh and Jyoti, the couple who arrived in Australia five years ago, said that they never experienced any attacks of racial nature ever in the country. The couple, along with their daughters, came to take part in the citizenship ceremony and cleared that they never felt threatened in Australia.

Evans welcomed these new citizens and marked Australia Day in a grand style!

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