President Barack Obama especially addressed the mass killing incidences in his statement of Monday, which he fears are becoming common in the country.
He showed a big concern towards the shooting rampage that recently occurred at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin while talking to the reporters at the White House a day after the incidence that has shocked the community in the country.
The shooting rampage occurred at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, when a gunman opened fire randomly over all the Sikh worshippers, who were preparing there for their religious offerings. He urged the officials and the concerned authorities for soul searching by all Americans but no more comments were heard from him upon calling for any new gun-control laws. Why?
"All of us are heart-broken by what happened", Obama told reporters but when he was asked about his next possible step towards any gun-control measures in the wake of the shootings, he said nothing else but insisted on a common action from all the leaders at all the levels of American society to examine ways to curb gun violence.
People are sincerely awaiting a timetable or specifics from Mr. Obama for all his discussions and his views over tighter gun control laws.
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