‘Peace can lead to change of power’, various countries have expressed concern over American violence

– Leaders from all over the world including Narendra Modi urged for peace

New Delhi 7 January 2021 Thursday

Criticizing the violence in Washington DC in the US, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the transfer of power can happen peacefully. There was no need for violence.

Thousands of outgoing President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed Capitol Hill in Washington DC, USA, trying to capture the Senate. A woman was killed by a police bullet due to a violent storm. The Prime Minister was talking about the same.

He said that nothing can be achieved in democracy through illegal and violent protest. Apart from India, Canada, Britain and other European countries also expressed concern over what is happening in the United States.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote on Twitter that the report from the United States was “worrying”. Everyone should work in peace. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda, also expressed concern over violence in the United States and called for peace.

Two former US presidents, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, have blamed Donald Trump for the violence.

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