Indian criminals used toy guns

In Delhi, India, more and more criminals are used to using toy guns to commit crimes. According to a report by the Hindustan Times on the 15th, Indian police found that in the past two years, at least 14 recorded robberies and extortion cases involved the use of toy guns, and the victims of these cases all stated that they thought the criminals were using toy guns. Real gun.

According to reports, in January this year, the Delhi police in India seized 3 toy guns through different channels within 3 days. In addition, two of the four recent bank robberies in the capital New Delhi involved toy guns. Experts say that there are many reasons why criminals choose to use toy guns. On the one hand, it is because toy guns are low in cost and can scare victims just like real guns; on the other hand, because toy guns are not real guns, they cannot kill people and can allow criminals to avoid legal charges. Toy guns may not cause death, but they can also cause injuries. Four years ago, a boy in the Shahdra area of ​​Delhi lost his left eye when he was shot by a neighbor’s toy gun.

At present, simulation toy guns can be bought in ordinary toy stores and online shopping platforms in India. They are very similar to real guns, but India has not issued relevant laws prohibiting the sale of toy guns.

To celebrate the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day, the city of Chicago recently dyed the entire Chicago River green. According to a report from the New York Post on the 14th, as a traditional holiday event, Chicago will dye the river green every year. Affected by the new crown epidemic last year, the mayor of the city, Lori Lightford, ordered the cancellation of the event and promised not to hold it again this year.

However, even if the Chicago epidemic situation is still severe, Lightfoot announced on the 13th that it will resume this year’s greening activities, hoping to rejuvenate the local economy and inspire the people’s spirit. Earlier in the day, the crew began dumping green dye into the Chicago River. According to relevant sources, this green dye is made from plants and is very safe. At the same time, they refused to say the specific ingredients of the dye, which caused many netizens to question the dye and worry about the environment. Some netizens commented, “Can the fish I catch from the river be eaten with confidence?”

It is reported that every March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day, which is also the national holiday of Ireland. Green is the traditional color of the festival. As one of the countries with the most Irish citizens, the United States also holds St. Patrick’s Day celebrations every year.

The results of a survey in South Korea show that nearly 90% of South Korean experts believe that the problems of social contradictions and divisions in South Korea are serious. According to Yonhap News Agency’s report on the 15th, in response to the changes in the social structure brought about by the new crown epidemic, the South Korean National Assembly established an advisory body called the National Unification Committee last month. Questionnaire survey of “National Integration”.

The survey shows that 89% of experts believe that South Korea’s social contradictions and divisions are serious, and the main reasons are “political factors” (63.1%) and “economic factors” (30.9%). Among the experts who participated in the questionnaire survey, older experts believed that “politics is the main cause of conflicts and divisions in Korean society,” while younger experts believed that “economy is the main cause.” In addition, 80.9% of experts said: “In the post-epidemic era, this social conflict and division may further intensify.”

According to the report, if you want to promote the integration of South Korean nationals, experts generally believe that the top priority in the economic field is to “establish a fair economic order,” followed by “alleviating the inequality of people’s income and assets and achieving sustainable economic development.”