Nearly 2000 children have separated from their parents due to the controversial policy of separating migrant parents from their children on the US border of the Trump Administration.
Thousands of people, including Americans of Indian origin, demonstrated on the streets against Presidential Donald Trump’s controversial immigration policies, which resulted in the separation of children from illegal immigrants.
Nearly 2000 children have separated from their parents due to the controversial policy of separating migrant parents from their children on the US border of the Trump Administration. Generosity has arisen due to this. Despite heavy sunshine, hundreds of people gathered in the park near the White House against President Trump’s immigration policy.
Similar performances took place in cities and cities throughout the country on Saturday, most of which were led by Democratic Party leaders. It was demanded that the immigrant policy of Trump is human and under no circumstances illegally crossing the border, their children should not be separated.
Trump, however, emphasized that policy should not be tolerated at all for illegally crossing the border and should be sent back to their country.
In Atlanta, civil rights activist and Congressman John Lewis (78) took a stand against Trump for his immigration policies. They said, there is no such thing as an illegal man. We are all human beings. “Democracy National Committee Chairman Tom Paras told CNN that it is a moral crisis for the country. They said, ‘We are fighting for democracy.’