There was firing again in America. A gunman opened fire on Sunday evening in a mall in Greenwood, Indiana province. Four people were killed and three were injured as a result. The attacker was gunned down by an armed civilian present in the mall.
The attack happened at 6 p.m. local time on Sunday. According to the Indiana Police, the attacker carrying a rifle targeted people in the food court of the mall. Before he could kill more people, a civilian present there shot and killed him. Greenwood Mayor Mark W. Meyers said the attacker was among the four dead.
Armed civilians show cleverness
Greenwood Police Chief Jim Eason said a total of four people were killed. According to the police, the control room received information about the firing at 6 pm. The firing stopped when the attacker was shot dead by an armed civilian. Isson said that while the assailant was firing, a civilian showed tact and shot him. President Joe Biden has repeatedly expressed concern over the increasing incidents of killing of innocent civilians in the US in frequent shootings in
favor of changes to the Biden law.
Due to lax arms laws, these incidents are not taking the name of stopping. Biden said in the past that to protect children and families, America needs to ban arms or raise the arms purchase age from 18 to 21.
New bill on weapons ready
In the US, there have been incidents of shootings in Uvalde, Buffalo, Texas in the last few days. Now the mall in Indianapolis was targeted. On June 22, a group of US lawmakers prepared the much-awaited new security bill over the frequent shooting incidents. Both the parties of America agree on this. It proposes to withdraw weapons from dangerous people. Along with this, billions of dollars of funds have been arranged for mental health. The Bill does not have provisions for banning rifles and background checks of weapon holders, but it does have provisions to withdraw guns from dangerous persons.