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US Firing: Firing in the premises of FedEx Company in America, four people of Sikh community died

State of Indiana in the US & lsquo; FedEx & rsquo; At least eight people, including four persons of the Sikh community, were killed and five others were injured in a shootout in a company premises. Community leaders gave this information. The gunman attacker has been identified as 19-year-old Brendan Scott Hole of Indiana, who allegedly shot himself after firing late Thursday night at the FedEx company’s campus in Indianapolis. More than 90 percent of the employees working in this campus of a delivery service provider company are said to be Indian citizens of Indian origin, mostly from the Sikh community.

Sikh community leader Gurinder Singh Khalsa said after meeting the family members of FedEx campus employees, & ldquo; This is very sad. The Sikh community is hurt by this tragic event. & Rdquo; Late Friday night, the Marion County Coroner’s Office and the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) revealed the names of the dead. The dead include Amarjeet Johal (66), Jaswinder Kaur (64), Amarjeet (48) and Jaswinder Singh (68). IMPD said that another person from the Sikh community, Harpreet Singh Gill (45), was shot near the eye and is currently in the hospital. It is being told that the attacker shot himself before the police arrived at the scene. FedEx has confirmed that the attacker was a former employee of the company in Indianapolis. & Nbsp;

Gurinder Singh Khalsa said that the community leaders are in touch with the officials. He said, & ldquo; The Sikh community has suffered a lot since 9/11. Now the time has come when strict steps should be taken to prevent such incidents of firing. Enough now. & Rdquo;

Biden and Kamala Harris condole the incident & nbsp;

US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have mourned this tragic event. Biden said in a statement, & ldquo; Vice President Harris and I, by the team at Homeland Security, have been informed of the shooting incident at the FedEx campus in Indianapolis where a lone gunman killed eight people and many more in the dark of night Injured. & Rdquo;

Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, who visited the US, expressed condolences to the families of the dead at the beginning of the meeting at the White House. He said, & ldquo; innocent citizens should not be victims of such violence. Freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law are global values ‚Äč‚Äčthat unite us and persist in the Indo-Pacific region. & Rdquo; Biden ordered the national flag to be hoisted in half at the White House and other federal buildings in honor of the dead.

Vice President Kamala Harris told reporters, & ldquo; There are families in our country who have lost their families due to violence. Of course this violence must end. We are concerned about the families who have lost their loved ones. & Rdquo;

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