After almost seven weeks Victoria Police has appealed for public assistance regarding the violent attacks on peaceful Indian Australian community members by Khalistan supporters at Federation Square in late January.
Police were in attendance at a Khalistan Referendum event at Federation Square on 29 January when two incidents of attacks happened, one at about 12.45 pm and the other at about 4.30 pm.
During the attacks, flag poles were used by several men as weapons which caused physical injuries to multiple victims.
Two victims, one with a laceration to their head and another with a hand injury, were treated at the scene by paramedics. Several other victims sustained injuries and required medical treatment.
An Indian flag was also burnt by a group of men.
In both incidents, police quickly responded to separate and disperse the crowd. OC spray was used in the second incident to separate the fighting men.
Two men were arrested on the day, and police have been making a number of enquiries to identify the remaining individuals.
Investigators have released images of six men they believe may be able to assist with their enquiries.