Washington: On August 6, 2017,US calls ending racial discrimination. It has been 5 years for Wisconsin’s Oak Creek shootout. Today, on the 5th anniversary of this incident, people of different sections of the United States collectively called for ending racial discrimination and violence.American Assembly Speaker Paul Ryan said that during these five years the people of Oak Creek have proved that they are stronger than hatred and discriminating forces. They are also Wisconsin’s representatives. Senator Timmy Baldwin and Ron Johnson paid tribute to those who lost their lives in the shootout that took place five years ago.Democrat law maker Grace Meng from New York said that American Sikhs have made valuable contribution in the development of the country for many generations. Victims who created violence and fanaticism will never be tolerated.It is notable that according to America, on August 5, 2012, Wade Michael started shooting blind folded in a gurdwara in Oak Creek, Wisconsin killed 6 people. This incident was condemned throughout the United States.Today America showed sympathy with the Sikhs during the death anniversary.
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