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Spreading Awareness in USA about Sikkh Religion would be an answer

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The incident is the latest in a series of troubling cases where members of the Indian community have been targeted in apparent hate crimes. Reacting on the fresh incident touted to be yet another hate crime in which a 39-year-old Sikh man, Deep Rai was shot by an unknown assailant, the American Gurdwara Parbhandhak committee (AGPC) has condemned the attack and offered to help the US administration to generate awareness about their religion. “Incidents of mistaken identity have happened in the USA recently and some of the Sikhs have become victims of this. The American Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (AGPC) offered the US administration all help to generate awareness about the Sikh religion,” Dr Pritpal Singh coordinator AGPC said. Meanwhile, the Akal Takhat (primary seat of Sikh religious authority ) and SGPC ( the premier body of the Sikhs) has also condemned the incident and urged Trump administration to help against the spreading menace of hate crimes. US Flag ALSO READ When the American dream turned into a nightmare: Timeline of hate crimes against Indians President of Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Parbhandhak committee Manjit Singj GK has also voiced his condemnation over the hate crime incidents taking place in US and said, “they would approach the US administration and offer their services to generate awareness about Sikhs.” Marking as the third incident in two weeks of apparent hate crime against Indian community, a 39-year-old Sikh man in the US has been injured when an unidentified person shot him outside his home and allegedly shouted “go back to your own country.”

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