Police shot the person who threatened Canada PM Justin Trudeau, know what is the whole matter
World News in Hindi: A man in Quebec, Canada, was shot by provincial police after allegedly threatening Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. This person is also suspected of making threats against Quebec Premier Francois Legault.
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Quebec’s police watchdog, the Bureau des Enquêtes Indépendants (BEI), said the shooting happened early Wednesday in Scottstown, about 180 kilometers east of Montreal. The man is reportedly injured and his condition is stable.
According to the BEI, a police officer shot at the man from the window of his home after he allegedly saw the accused pointing a gun at the door where officers were entering. The suspect had previously issued threats against both Legault and Trudeau but no further details about the suspect were released.
Legault’s office said in a statement that it was aware of the case. The statement said all threats against elected officials are unacceptable and should be condemned.
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