Colorado Firing: President Biden hints at major sanctions
Washington: US President Biden has hinted at issuing an executive order on the sale and purchase of weapons to prevent recent shootings.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, shootings have resumed in the United States, on which President Joe Biden has said that he is ready for legislation on the sale and purchase of weapons.
President Biden said he would do what he could, bill the House for amendments to the law as soon as possible, and ban those with criminal backgrounds from buying weapons.
The president said the attackers would also be barred from buying and selling weapons, and did not want to wait another minute.
He said that it was not a political issue but a national issue and steps would be taken to save lives in future.
President Joe Biden added that the White House flag is still flying over the Atlanta and Colorado events.
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The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a local market in the U.S. state of Colorado, where the assailant entered the store and opened fire indiscriminately on people shopping for groceries. People were killed.