Washington DC: Statue of Mahatma Gandhi in front of Indian embassy vandalised emits protest

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Published: June 4,2020 01:31 PM
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June 4, 2020: Mahatma Gandhi's statue outside the Indian embassy in Washington DC has been vandalized by unidentified people on June 3.

June 4, 2020: Mahatma Gandhi's statue outside the Indian embassy in Washington DC has been vandalized by unidentified people on June 3.



The unidentified people are reportedly involved in the ongoing protest in US against the death of African American George Floyd.



US police is dealing with this incident and a detailed investigation is going through.



The US President Donald Trump has been repeatedly saying that the protesters are protesting out of law and also warned if they won't stop the protest then they may call the Army to maintain the law and decency. Meanwhile former President Barak Obama thanked the protestors for raising their voice.



The protest has turned violent which has resulted in the damage of most prestigious and scared monuments in US.



It may be stated that the statue of Mahatma Gandhi was dedicated by India's former Prime Minister late Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi is cast in bronze as a statue to a height of 8 feet 8 inches.