French President Macron's statement on the video of police beating up a black man, said - Shamed us

French President Macron's statement on the video of police beating up a black man, said - Shamed us

Paris French President Emanuel Macron said the videos of police beating up a black man "embarrassed us", and also condemned the violence both by the police and against the police. Macron demanded the government to "urgently propose" to strengthen the link of trust between France and its defenders, which should naturally take place between them. Significantly, a video surfaced on Thursday in which music director Michael Zesler is seen getting beaten up a long time ago. In it, police are also seen brutally evacuating the immigrants from Paris Plaza on Tuesday.

These incidents have surfaced amid controversy over the new security law. An article of the law makes it a crime to publish photographs of police officers with the intention of harming them. Civil liberties groups and journalists are worried that the move will not reveal the vandalism of the police and they will never be punished for it.

People are planning a demonstration in the country on Saturday. Mankroon said in his Facebook post that he would never tolerate violence both by the police and against the police. He said, "The values ​​of the Republic (France) cannot be compromised."


Priests cheating for the funeral of Corona victims in South Africa

Priests cheating for the funeral of Corona victims in South Africa

Johannesburg: In  South Africa, some Hindu priests have been accused of cheating (charging more) for the funerals of those who died due to covid-19. Pradeep Ramlal, manager at the Clare Estate Crematorium in Durban, has condemned the priests who did so. Ramlal, a member of the Hindu Religion Association in South Africa, said he has received complaints from priests overcharging charges for funerals from several families whose relatives died due to covid-19.

In recent weeks, personnel have been working in two shifts at the funeral sites due to the outbreak of Kovid-19 and the new form of the virus. The population of people of Indian origin in South Africa is around 1.4 million. Ramlal told the Weekly Past, "Priests are charging more fees for funerals, that is not right. According to our scriptures, it is a service to the community. If a family wants to donate to the priest then it is fine but priests should not charge for it.

He told the community to avoid such exploitation in today's difficult circumstances and to conduct the funeral themselves, for this, they can take help of pre-recorded video. In the last two months, the number of deaths due to infection and infection of Kovid-19 in South Africa has increased very fast. So far more than 13 lakh cases of infection have been reported here and 39,501 people have lost their lives due to infection. India is scheduled to deliver more than 15 million doses of Kovid-19 vaccine by next month.