Texas Shooting: US leader's strange argument in favor of gun laws, said - we did not ban planes after 9/11 attack

Texas Shooting: US leader's strange argument in favor of gun laws, said - we did not ban planes after 9/11 attack

A Republican Party leader in the United States has dismissed with a bizarre argument the demand for gun control rising after the deadly school shooting in Robb Elementary, Texas. Speaking on the shootings, he said, "The planes were not banned after the 9/11 terrorist attacks." According to media reports, Lauren Boebert was speaking on Fox News's Hannity Special.

According to the Daily Beast, Boebert said in Thursday's broadcast, "When 9/11 happened, we didn't ban planes. We secured the cockpit." The Colorado representative, a staunch supporter of Firearms, said, "I want our schools to be safe. I want their kids to be safe and I want teachers who can protect themselves and their students. And you know what? We want." Can achieve this without trying to disarm law-abiding citizens."

Let us tell you that during the 2020 elections, Boebert strongly opposed the introduction of legislation for stricter gun control in America. According to the Daily Beast, she owns a restaurant where staff members openly keep firearms. Robert is a United States politician, businessman, and gun rights activist. She is the US representative representing Colorado's 3rd congressional district and is a member of the Republican Party.

Trump has also defended gun-rights lobbying groups
Boebert's remarks came after former US President and Republican Party leader Donald Trump's statement. Trump defended the National Rifle Association (NRA), a major gun-rights lobbying group, amid growing calls for gun reform.

Addressing the NRA's annual meeting in Houston, he said, "Every time a disturbed or insane person commits such a heinous crime, the suffering of others is used by some in our society to advance their extreme political agenda. There's always a weird effort to get used to." He said that civilized Americans should be allowed the firearms they need to protect them from "evil". On Tuesday, 19 children and two teachers were killed in a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. The 18-year-old assailant was shot dead by the police.

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Indian-origin man shot dead in a parked car in New York

Indian-origin man shot dead in a parked car in New York

A Sikh community man has been shot dead in New York, USA. According to media reports, 31-year-old Satnam Singh of Indian origin was sitting in a parked car in the South Ozone Park section of Queens. Then a man with a gun came to him and opened fire on Satnam Singh. In this firing, he was shot in the head, due to which he died. The New York Police Department told the media that the gunman who killed Satnam Singh had reached them on foot. Along with this, he told that this entire incident has been captured on a nearby CCTV camera. We have received that CCTV footage and we are probing the incident.


Simultaneously, New York Police said that according to CCTV footage, the gunman who attacked the attack did not know who was sitting in the car. We are trying to find out whether the attacker had come to kill the owner of the car.

There have been attacks on Sikhs in America before
According to media reports, a Sikh person has been attacked in America even before this. Earlier in April, a Sikh man was attacked in the Richmond Hills area of ​​New York, USA. At the same time, 10 days ago also an elderly Sikh was attacked in the same area.

condemn the incident
The Consulate General of India in New York has lodged a complaint condemning the incident. Let us tell you that earlier Jennifer Rajkumar, the first Punjabi American woman elected to the New York State Office, had said that violence against the Sikh community has increased in the last few years.

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