Who was George Floyd? Whose death is burning America in violence


America is burning in the fire of violence these days, the reason for the fire of this violence is the killing of black man George Floyd in America, not only in this violence demonstration, where the whole America has come out on the streets to show fury, on social media. The profile and cover photo have also been blackened. George died at the hands of a policeman after which black and a white debate broke out in America and the movement of Black lives started. People have come out on the streets to bring justice to George.

What was the matter

This case started with a fake bill. George was arrested on suspicion of using a fake bill. The police accused George of trying to do some shopping in the store through a fake $ 20 note.

Let us tell you that a video went viral on social media in which the police officer is seen pressing George's neck with his knee and George repeatedly tells the police officer that he is unable to breathe but the policeman does not remove the knee. Due to high pressure on the throat, George's heart stopped working and George's breath stopped.

Curfew in about 40 cities

The protest began in Minneapolis on May 25 after Jorge's death, following which curfew was imposed in 40 cities across the US, but despite this people are taking to the streets.

Who was George Floyd?

George Floyd lived in Houston when he was 46 years old but moved to Minneapolis in connection with work. He worked as a security guard in a restaurant. He was working in a restaurant for almost 5 years and lived on rent at his owner's house. He also has a daughter.

Bollywood stars also came forward for George's justice

There is so much work to be done and it needs to starts at an individual level on a global scale. We all have a responsibility to educate ourselves and end this hate. End this race war here in the US, and around the world. Wherever you live, whatever your circumstances, NO ONE deserves to die, especially at the hands of another because of their skin color. ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ On May 25th, George Floyd was pinned down by the neck by a Minneapolis police officer and died. He laid there, fighting for his life, struggling to breathe, and other officers just stood there and watched. The officer has now been charged with murder.⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ George, I am praying for your family. ❤️ ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Text “FLOYD” to 55156 and sign the petition. ⁣⁣⁣ #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd

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After George's death, everyone is demanding his justice and in this way, Bollywood stars have also joined it and they demanded justice through social media. Priyanka Chopra shared the post and wrote, 'Our responsibility is to educate ourselves and end this hatred. End this fight here in America, and all over the world. Wherever you live, whatever the circumstances, no one should know the life of anyone, especially because of the color of his or her skin. George, I am praying for your family. "

Kareena Kapoor also shared an old edited cover of Time magazine and demanded justice for George Floyd. Actor Disha Patni also shared a post on Instagram and wrote, 'All colors are beautiful.'

At the same time, voice is being raised on social media to demand George's justice. At the same time, a police officer with a knee on George's neck has been charged with third-degree murder and murder.

Let us know that the flames of violence have also engulfed the capital Washington DC and the White House. The situation has become so bad that the President of America, Donald Trump, had to take a decision to take down the US military. There are reports of looting, rioting, and arson from many big cities.

President Trump said, "All Americans are saddened by the ruthless killing of George Floyd and there is resentment in his mind." We will spare no effort in bringing justice to George and his family.

???? #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd

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Trump says that my first and foremost duty is to protect the country and the American people. I cannot give permission to turn a peaceful demonstration into an angry crowd.