Two ministers resign amid violence in Peru, protests continue on the streets
According to the information, emergency will remain in force in the country for 30 days. The police are arresting the protesters. Meanwhile, a big news is coming that in view of the increasing violence, two ministers have resigned from their posts.
Emergency has been imposed in Peru of South America. After the arrest of the former President, reports of violent clashes are coming out from every corner of the country. The Defense Minister of Peru has taken this decision in view of the situation. The protesters who took to the streets are adamant on demanding re-election. According to the information, emergency will remain in force in the country for 30 days. The police are arresting the protesters. Meanwhile, a big news is coming that in view of the increasing violence, two ministers have resigned from their posts.
According to the information received, Education Minister Patricia Correa and Sanskrit Minister Jair Perez have resigned from their respective posts. The Education Minister himself has given this information on Twitter. He tweeted and wrote that 'Today we have submitted the resignation in the morning itself. There is no justification for the death of our countrymen. Violence in the State cannot be disproportionate and cannot lead to death'. The country's president was arrested on 8 December. He has been sent to jail for 18 months. The President is accused of inciting violence in the country. Now till the case goes on, he will be kept in custody.
As soon as the President went to jail, the fire of violence in the country has reached almost all the provinces. Supporters of Pedro Castillo are protesting heavily by taking to the streets. So far 8 people have lost their lives. At the same time, the loss of several crores of rupees has also happened till now.