PM Modi expresses concern over Washington violence
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over the violence in Washington, USA. He said that the democratic process cannot be allowed to be distorted through illegal protests.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over the violence in Washington, USA. He said that the democratic process cannot be allowed to be distorted through illegal protests.
In his tweet, PM Modi wrote, 'The news of violence and violence in Washington DC has hurt. It is necessary to transfer power correctly and in a peaceful manner. The democratic process cannot be harmed by such demonstrations.
Donald Trump's supporters created a ruckus in Washington and entered the US Parliament. Let us know that a meeting was being held in Capitol Hill to finalize the results of the presidential election. During the uproar, 4 people including a protesting woman were also killed in the firing. After this, a 15-day emergency has been imposed in Washington. Although there is peace in Washington at present, the streets of the capital are still full of protesters.
However, President Trump later urged his supporters to follow the law and return home after a violent clash. Trump said in a video message posted on Twitter, "It was a fraudulent election, but we can't play in the hands of these people. We have to keep peace. So we have to go home."
Reacting to the developments, Biden said he was shocked and saddened to see America "come into such a dark moment".
Twitter and Instagram suspended Trump's account
Twitter on Wednesday threatened to permanently ban US President Donald Trump for flouting civil integrity rules. Along with this, he has been ordered to delete three tweets. The micro-blogging platform suspended Trump's account for 12 hours and said his account would remain closed if he did not remove the offending message.
Along with this, Instagram has also suspended Trump's account for 24 hours. While YouTube has deleted three of his videos.