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In response to recent assaults on Indian students in the US, the White House declared that violence against anyone on the basis of their ethnicity, gender, or any other characteristic is unacceptable in the US and that there is no justification for it.

John Kirby, the National Security Council’s Coordinator for Strategic Communications, said during a press briefing on Thursday (local time) that US President Joe Biden and his administration have been making a lot of effort to try to thwart and disrupt these kinds of attacks.

To a query concerning recent assaults on Indian students and worries from parents about sending their kids to the US, he replied, “There’s no justification for violence, especially when it’s motivated by a person’s colour, gender, religion, or any other

Officers from the Second District responded to the given address on Friday, February 2, 2024, at around 2:00 a.m. in response to complaints of an attack. Officers arrived and found an adult male victim of an assault with potentially fatal injuries. According to the official notification from the Metropolitan Police Department, the victim was taken to a nearby hospital for medical attention.

However, on February 7, he was declared dead after succumbing to his injuries owing to critical injuries. The suspect’s identity and whereabouts have been put out by the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police.

On February 4, a vicious incident occurred in Chicago against an Indian student. The Indian Consulate in Chicago announced after the attack that it was in communication with Syed Mazahir Ali, the victim, as well as

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