Hundreds attend candlelight vigil for Manmeet

MELBOURNE: Hundreds of people on Tuesday attended the candlelight vigil organised by the Punjabi community to pay tributes to a popular Punjabi Manmeet Alisher, who was barbarically murdered by a Brisbane based person in the broad daylight.

Interestingly, people from diverse heritage backgrounds gathered at Federation Square to express solidarity with the Punjabi community, which was aggrieved due to Barbaric murder of Manmeet.

Green Party Member Alex Bhattal and Cr Intaz Khan were among those who delivered speeches demanding justice for Manmeet.

Among others bus drivers from Melbourne Transdev (Airport west depot) also paid condolence to Manmeet Alisher. In a video uploaded on the facebook, earlier, they requested everyone to be part of candlelight vigil at federation square.

Meanwhile, the Punjabi community in Adelaide also organised a candlelight vigil there to pay tributes to Manmeet and demanding justice. The Indian community in New South Wales has also planned a candlelight vigil at the Robyn Thomas Reserve, 43 Hassall Street, Parramatta, on November 2.



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