France: The violence that started in France after the death of a 17-year-old teenager in traffic police firing is not stopping. Protests continue across the country. For the fourth night in a row, there have been reports of riots in France. Meanwhile, 1300 people have been arrested from across the country. The total number of arrests in the riots has reached 2500. Even on the night of the fourth day, there were continuous clashes between the protesters and the police. 2500 shops were raided at different places. 45000 police personnel have been deployed in the country to control the rioters.
President Macron has appealed to the people to take care that your children do not go to violence on the streets. He held social media responsible for inciting violence.
France’s national football team has also appealed to people to refrain from violence. Star player Mbappe is also included in these players. The players said that we understand the pain of the family of the killed teenager, but violence will not solve any problem.
Meanwhile, 17-year-old Kishore Nahel’s last rites were performed last night and thousands of people turned up. The mother of the slain teenager told a TV channel, “My son looked a little like an Arab child and the police officer who shot him intended to take his life.” A police officer cannot take the lives of our children like this. Nahel’s death in France took place on Tuesday and the nationwide riots that erupted after that are not taking the name of calming down. In 2005, when a similar situation occurred, the government imposed a state of emergency. However, Macron has not yet announced the state of emergency.
Due to the riots, public buses and trams have been ordered not to run at night in the country on Friday. At the same time, the Home Minister has said that the police is taking action to identify people who incite violence with the help of social media. These people will not be released.
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