In India, the speaker was being elected, in this country people burnt down the parliament when they did not get tax exemption

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There is also news that when the situation turned violent, the police started firing on the protesters. Many protesters fell victim to police bullets. There are also reports that many protesters lost their lives. However, official confirmation of this is awaited.

Pictures of fierce chaos and uproar have come from Kenya. Thousands of protesters in Kenya have vandalized the Parliament. They are protesting against the increase in public tax. The protesters even set a part of the Parliament on fire. After this incident, all the MPs left the Parliament to save their lives. Kenyans have demanded the resignation of President William Ruto over the increase in public tax. In Kenya, protesters clashed with the police in the capital Nairobi on June 25 and the police fired tear gas shells to calm the protest.

There is also news that when the matter became violent, the police also started firing on the protesters. Many protesters fell prey to police bullets. There are also many reports in which many protesters lost their lives. However, its official confirmation is awaited. The protesters have accused President Ruto of betraying the public after becoming president in 2022. The protesters alleged that Ruto had promised to help the poor. He had talked about rejecting the government’s new bill to not increase taxes and reduce the cost of loans.

The protesters demanded the withdrawal of the Finance Bill and have warned Ruto’s administration that they will oust him from power. At present the situation is serious and tense. Arson is also being seen on the streets at many places.

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