NEW DELHI (AFP) - Indian lawmakers voiced anger on Thursday over the killings of six people by a gunman in a Sikh temple in the mid-western US state of Wisconsin. The killings are blamed on Wade Michael Page, a singer in a neo-Nazi punk band, who opened fire on the worshippers with a handgun. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, an MP from the opposition Akali Dal Sikh party, said attacks on Sikhs living abroad began after the September 2001 attacks in the United States by members of the Al-Qaeda terror network. “The last 10 years have seen thousands of Sikhs being murdered, assaulted, abused physically and verbally because of their attire and their resemblance to a terrorist with which they have no links,” she told parliament.