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Ramdas Athawale saddened by US Parliament House violence, said – behaving Trump is not right

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Ramdas Athawale (File photo)

US Capitol Hill violence: Violence in the US Parliament House due to the mob of Donald Trump supporters attracted worldwide attention. Many global leaders, including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, condemned the violence.

Mumbai. Many leaders of the world have reacted to the violence in Parliament House in the US on Thursday. Now the name of Ramdas Athawale, leader of the Republican Party of India has also been included in those who condemn this violence. He has justified the violence of Donald Trump supporters. At the same time, he has also questioned the behavior of Trump. He has said to explain Trump on the phone.

Athawale has accused Trump of tarnishing the image of the Republican Party. He said that he will talk to Trump on this matter. Athawale was discussing with journalists in Nashik. During this, he said that the behavior of Trump is also not good for some time, which is affecting the party. According to Athawale, the party’s image is being affected by Trump’s behavior.

On Thursday, the process of handing over office to newly elected President Joe Biden was going on in Capitol Hill. During this time, a large number of Trump supporters reached the Parliament. The supporters, who arrived in the form of a crowd, vandalized inside and weapons were also fired. There was also a shootout during the uproar. At the same time, 4 people were killed in the attack.

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Also read: America: Donald Trump’s announcement – who will not attend Biden’s swearing-in ceremonyViolence caused by a crowd of Trump supporters attracted worldwide attention. Many global leaders, including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, condemned the violence. At the same time, there was a demand for Trump’s resignation and his removal from office. Significantly, despite the results of the elections completed in November, Trump refused to give up. However, amidst this protest, he agreed to leave the White House.

There was a strong opposition to this violence even in American politics. Several White House members had spoken of resigning. On Friday, Education Minister Betsy DeVos and Transport Minister Elaine Chao resigned in the US cabinet. Regarding this incident, Chao said that he is very much disturbed by the news of violence. Apart from this, many politicians have resigned after being saddened by the violence.



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