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Saturday, 9 October 2010

Racism: India summons Aussie envoy

India on Saturday summoned Australian High Commissioner Peter Varghese here in connection with a racist email involving top Aussie police officials. According to Australia's Herald Sun, police officers have been caught joking about the electrocution of an Indian train passenger in a racist email scandal.

They circulated sickening video footage of the man being killed and suggested it could be a way to fix Melbourne's Indian student problem, the paper wrote.

The Herald Sun has discovered some of the force's highest-ranked officers have been implicated in the scandal, which also involves pornographic material.

India asked the Australian High Commissioner on the actions that the country took against the policemen.

According to reports, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna in a statement said "implication of police officers in such behaviour, especially vis-a-vis Indian community in Australia, is shocking and matter of serious concern."

"Such attitudes have no place in any society. We understand investigation already underway. We sincerely hope that apart from taking action against concerned officers, Australian authorities will also take necessary and effective measures to address concerns about safety of all people of Indian origin in Australia."

India on Thursday lodged a strong complaint with the New Zealand government for a Kiwi TV show in which the host allegedly made racist remarks against New Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.

According reports, the New Zealand High Commissioner to India has apologized and called the TV show comments "culturally insensitive and vulgar". 

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