A deadly shooting in a gurudwara in Oak Creek in the state of Wisconsin has left seven people dead.
Satwant Singh Kaleka, the president of the gurudwara in Milwaukee suburb, stood up to the rampaging white supremacist with a knife and fought to the very end and suffered gunshot wounds while trying to take down the gunman.
The gunman who killed six people at the Wisconsin gurudwara in the US hated non-whites and pictures show him posing against the Nazi Swastik symbol. Gunman Wade Michael Page's friend, in an interview with CNN said that he spoke about racial cleansing to his group of friends.
It is a difficult time for the families of victims of the shooting incident at a gurudwara in Wisconsin in US. Four out of the six victims of the Wisconsin gurudwara shootout hailed from Haridwar and Delhi. Their families are in a state of grief.
Hours after releasing photo of 'a person of interest' in the Wisconsin Gurudwara shooting incident, the FBI has ruled out involvement of the second suspect saying the shooting was carried out by the lone gunman Wade Michael Page.
US President Barack Obama has ordered the US flag be flown at half-staff till August 10 in the honour of the victims of Sunday's gurudwara shooting that left six worshippers dead in Wisconsin. External Affairs Minister SM Krishna spoke to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the incident.