Vaikundarajan Relieved About The Sydney Hostage Crisis Being Over And Feels Remorse For Those Who Lost Their Lives
Yesterday, after a tense night in Sydney, Australia, the deadly hostage siege of a Central Café ended, when Australian authorities stormed the cafe killing the gunman and rescuing the hostages says Vaikundarajan. However, he is very sorry to hear about the deaths of Katrina Dawson, 38, and Tori Johnson, 34, caused by the gunman.

The siege took place, when a self proclaimed cleric, Man Haron Monis took 17 hostages at the Lindt Chocolat Café, a popular shopping spot, says Vaikundarajan. News report tells us that hostage-taker appears to have embraced a radical Sunni theology.

The injured in this crisis have been hospitalised and are recovering from their wounds says Vaikundarajan. There were two Indians in the hostage crisis Vishwakant Ankit Reddyand Pushpendu Ghosh are both safe. People in Australia are grieving about the incident and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott offered condolences his condolences to people caught in the attack and to their loved ones.

Vaikundarajan hopes there are no more such crisis and that the resuced hostages recover quickly.

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