School attack triggers outrage and paranoia

Saunders, Lucy-Claire
March 2008
Asian Pacific Post;3/20/2008, p8
The article deals with an assault on a teacher of the Guru Nanak Elementary School on South East Marine Drive, Vancouver, British Columbia in March 2008 by a temple official. A spokesperson of the Khalsa Diwan Society, which runs the Ross Street Sikh Temple, says the temple official who was accused has been suspended. Devinder Singh Maan, principal of the school, claims that the incident has become a political issue. Jana McGuinness of the Vancouver Police Department (VPD) reveals that no charges have been filed yet.


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