Trump sued for attack on US Parliament, accused of collaborating with extremist groups

New Delhi: The problems of former President Donald Trump may increase in the case of the attack on the US Parliament on January 6. Seven Capitol police officers have filed lawsuits against Trump and his aides. It has accused Trump, about 20 members of far-right extremist groups and political organizations of conspiring to disrupt the process of a peaceful transfer of power.

The lawsuit was filed Thursday in Washington DC’s district court. It has accused Trump aides such as Roger Stone, as well as members of the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers militias. Three other such cases have already been registered in connection with the attack on Parliament. But in the lawsuit filed on Thursday, for the first time, Trump has been accused of colluding with extremist organizations and political organizations to spread his baseless lies after his election defeat. Trump instigated his supporters about the election results.

Former President Donald Trump’s troubles may increase in the case of the January 6 attack on the US Parliament. Seven Capitol police officers have filed lawsuits against Trump and his aides. It has accused Trump, about 20 members of far-right extremist groups and political organizations of conspiring to disrupt the process of a peaceful transfer of power.

The lawsuit was filed Thursday in Washington DC’s district court. It has accused Trump aides such as Roger Stone, as well as members of the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers militias. Three other such cases have already been registered in connection with the attack on Parliament. But in the lawsuit filed on Thursday, for the first time, Trump has been accused of colluding with extremist organizations and political organizations to spread his baseless lies after his election defeat. Trump instigated his supporters about the election results.

(with agency input)

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