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Texas Shooting: Joe Biden condemns Texas mall shooting, renews call for US gun ban



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US President Biden has condemned the shooting in Texas.
Biden renewed his call for an arms embargo.
On Saturday, 9 people died in a shooting in Texas.

Washington. On Saturday, 9 people were shot dead in a shopping mall in Texas. The whole of America is shaken by this incident. After the incident, the US administration is in action. Even US President Joe Biden himself is seen in action. He condemned the incident on Sunday and at the same time renewed his call to ban guns in America again.

According to the AFP news agency, Biden said, “Once again, I call on Congress to send in a bill banning assault weapons and magazines. It is the need of the hour to implement it immediately. He said, “I will sign it immediately. We need nothing less to keep our roads safe. Apart from that, President Joe Biden has ordered that the American flag be flown at half-mast on all public buildings in honor of the victims killed in the shooting in Texas.

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Biden’s office released an announcement about it. The President of the United States ordered that the American flag be flown at half-mast at the White House and all public buildings and all military posts and naval stations and on all federal government warships in the United States on May 11 to honor the victims of the shooting.

It is known that on Saturday, an attacker shot and killed nine people outside a mall in Texas. The shooter fired indiscriminately at people outside the mall. 8 other people were injured in this incident. The incident took place in the shopping center located in Allen, in the province of Texas. The video related to the incident is also going viral on social media. In this video, the attacker can be seen shooting people indiscriminately. According to Gun Violence Archive, there have been more than 195 shootings in the United States so far this year.

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