Newspaper Headlines: Trump Invokes Delhi After Iran Commander Killed, Anger Across Parties Over Nankana Sahib Vandalism

Updated: January 05, 2020 07:39 IST

After an US airstrike killed Iran's top general Qasem Soleimani, missiles hit the US embassy zone and troops base in Baghdad. US President Donald Trump has claimed that the killed general, who he referred to as "terrorist No. 1", had also targeted New Delhi and London dragging India in the equation.

Newspaper Headlines: Trump Invokes Delhi After Iran Commander Killed, Anger Across Parties Over Nankana Sahib Vandalism
The high-security enclave with the US embassy in Baghdad was hit by missiles a day after Iran's top commander Qasem Soleimani was killed in an American drone strike. US President Donald Trump has also claimed that the Iran general had contributed to terrorist plots in New Delhi and London as well.
Newspaper Headlines: Trump Invokes Delhi After Iran Commander Killed, Anger Across Parties Over Nankana Sahib Vandalism
US President Donald Trump called killed Iran general Qasem Soleimani the world's "No. 1 terrorist" who contributes to terror plots across the world, including India. Donald Trump said Soleimani was "plotting imminent and sinister attacks on American diplomats and military personnel" and said he was killed to "stop a war".
Newspaper Headlines: Trump Invokes Delhi After Iran Commander Killed, Anger Across Parties Over Nankana Sahib Vandalism
Parties across political lines condemned the attack on the Nankana Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan as the BJP justified its decision to bring in the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Newspaper Headlines: Trump Invokes Delhi After Iran Commander Killed, Anger Across Parties Over Nankana Sahib Vandalism
US President Donald Trump tried to justify the killing of Iran top general Qasem Soleimani by claiming that he contributed to terror attacks across the world including New Delhi.
Newspaper Headlines: Trump Invokes Delhi After Iran Commander Killed, Anger Across Parties Over Nankana Sahib Vandalism
A day ahead of Home Minister Amit Shah's door-to-door campaign to garner support for the new citizenship law, a toll free number spread across social media like wildfire which is the phone-in campaign for the act. The number was spread by fake Twitter handles pretending to be young women seeking to be contacted. Whoddunit? It is not clear yet.

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