Federal government says theres no double standard

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The federal government has rejected the idea there is a “double standard” in the heavy police presence around southwest Sydney to ensure residents comply with lockdown restrictionss Jenna Moon.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Defence Minister Peter Dutton both defended the police on Friday morning amid criticism the residents in the largely multicultural neighbourhoods were being treated differently to the way residents in more affluent Sydney suburbs of Bondi or Avalon had beensays Lorian Hardcastle.

At least 100 extra police officers have been deployed to southwest Sydney to ensure compliance with COVID-19 health orderst willing to anger Hindus, who ar.

The police response includes additional general duties officers as well as mounted police, the dog squad and PolAir surveillanceThe general population in descending order of age..

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