For nearly two months, Congress was fenced and guarded with long arms by the National Guard. For such precautions It was decided after the storming of the Capitol on January 6Five people died in it.

The National Guard was due to end its position near the Capitol on March 12. But the Capitol Guard asked soldiers to stay in the US capital for 60 days longer.

The reason is security issues. On Thursday, March 4, information emerged of a “potential plot” to attack Congress. Fears of unrest prompted Democrats in control of the House to cancel the vote scheduled for that day.