Corona virus, US President's ugly accusation against China


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US president has accused China of spreading rumors about his defeat in the US presidential election, calling the US president's claim ridiculous.

In an interview with the Associated Press, Trump once again called Krona a Chinese conspiracy, saying "the US presidential election is going to be held in November, China does not want me to win this time again and become president."

Trump said China did not take steps to control the corona virus in view of my possible victory and allowed it to spiral out of control.

"China can go to any lengths to defeat the election, that's why it provided accurate information about the epidemic and hid the facts so that the American people would hate me," Trump said.

On the other hand, the Chinese Foreign Ministry has called the US president's claim false and ridiculous, saying that China has no interest in interfering in the US election and that it is not our prerogative to do so in the United States instead of making rude statements to Trump. We must pay attention to the devastation and mismanagement caused by Karuna.


It is to be noted that even before this, the US President had blamed China for the coronation and he had also called the virus China virus.


US commission recommends tougher diplomatic sanctions on India



Washington: The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has recommended the imposition of strict diplomatic sanctions on India.

According to a report by ARY News, a report released by the US Commission on International Religious Freedom states that India has deliberately allowed systematic violent action against religious freedom.

According to the US Commission, India has committed serious violations of international religious freedom law. The US Commission has recommended that diplomatic and administrative sanctions be imposed on the Indian government, institutions and officials.

The report said that the assets of those involved in the denial of religious freedom should be frozen and those involved in the denial of religious freedom should be barred from entering the United States.


The US Commission has said that financial and visa authorities should be held accountable for taking action against Indian personalities.

Read more: India declared a dangerous country for minorities

On the other hand, sources said that sanctions are likely to be imposed on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Bharatiya Janata Party, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Singh, police and other government officials.

It should be noted that Narendra Modi, as the Chief Minister of Gujarat, was also banned from traveling, diplomacy and visa in 2005. Narendra Modi was banned from playing a role in spreading anti-Muslim riots in Gujarat.


It may be recalled that a few days ago, the US Commission on World Religious Freedom had released its annual report in which India was included in the list of CPC countries, declaring it a dangerous country for minorities.

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