Beirut Blast: 490 People Injured In Violent Demonstrations

Beirut Blast: 490 people injured in violent demonstrations on the streets against the Lebanese government. On Saturday, 490 people have been injured in violent clashes between security forces and protesters in Lebanon.

People have taken to the streets to protest against the government after the devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. So far, 490 people have been injured in violent clashes between security forces and protesters here on Saturday.

Citing emergency medical services, the Lebanese al-Manar channel has provided information about this. Earlier, the Lebanese Red Cross gave the figure of 238 injured, which has now risen to 490.

People are blaming the administration for the blast in Lebanon’s Beirut Port on Tuesday, saying that the accident occurred due to the administration’s negligence.

Protests have now begun against the government in the country, with protesters blaming the administration for the Beirut Port accident and demanding the government’s resignation and social reform.

During this time, protesters stormed the building of four ministries and the Association of Banks. One member of the Lebanese security forces has also died in these clashes. Explain that in the last 6 years, there were warnings about explosive chemicals at Beirut Port about ten times.

Lebanese Customs, military, security agencies, and judiciary had issued warnings for explosives placed at the port several times. This information came from some documents that came out.

Significantly, 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded on Tuesday, killing at least 158 ​​people and injuring more than 6,000, while dozens are still missing.

Meanwhile, The biggest disadvantage of this explosion is that it has destroyed the medical defense material collected for the fight against this global epidemic.

Because of this, the situation at this place has become quite challenging. The World Health Organization has issued an appeal of 150 million dollars to support the relief operation.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has said in its report that more than 80 thousand such houses in which children lived were damaged in this explosion. Drinking water and electricity supply in many homes has come to a complete standstill due to this blast.

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