A 60-year-old Indian American Sikh priest was attacked July 25 night at his home opposite the Sikh gurdwara in Hughson, California, by a suspect who broke several windows, punched him in the back of his neck, and then yelled `go back to your country,` before racing off on foot.Amarjit Singh, who has served at the temple for over a decade, was taken to a hospital the following morning for treatment of pain, temple committee member Mandir Brar told India-West. Singh was given a painkiller at the hospital.“He is okay now, but still very scared,” said Brar, noting that Singh, who has a wife and two grown children, has since returned to his duties at the temple. “This temple has been here for so many years. Nothing like this has ever happened before,” he said.According to Brar, the suspect showed up at his home at about 9:30 p.m. on July 25 evening. He then broke several windows. As Singh went to investigate, the suspect — who is believed to be male — reached through the broken glass and punched Singh on the neck. He then yelled `go back to your country,` and other obscenities before leaving the scene of the crime, according to Brar.The suspect could not be seen in the dark, said Brar.