The forgoing prime minister of Japan died after two gunfire from the back side at 11:30 am on Friday, while he delivered a speech regarding elections. Abe’s longest-serving minister does not remain between us. A 41-year person shot him during a speech near Nara, Western Japan.
It all happened rapidly, just after he started his speech two fires in his back. After the shot, he got admitted to a local hospital, but it was too late that his breath stopped. Lately, it was announced by the doctors that Abe is no more.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s suspect was arrested on the spot. The suspect is a 41 years man who is identified now. He wears a grey T-shirt and his name is Tetsuya Yamagami, a Nara citizen.
After the attack, a violent environment falls around.
UPDATE | Japan’s former PM Shinzo Abe is showing no vital signs after being taken to hospital: Japanese media
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Abe got shot two times on the right side of his back when he delving an election speech in the street of Nara at 11:30 according to Japan Standard Time. Immediately taken to hospital first from ambulance then with airlift/ helicopter.
What Happened at Hospital?
Abe, after the gunfire, arrived at the hospital at 12:20, according to Japanese Standard Time. Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida stated that his condition was critical and emergency treatment was undergoing by the best doctors team. His brother, the country’s Defence Minister also commented that blood supply started.
After several hours of treatment, it was announced by the doctors of Nara Medical University that Abe was no more, in a news conference. They also said that the bullet was enough deeply reach his heart and enough bleed was a reason to die.
Arrested Person as The suspect
A person named Tetsuya Yamagami got arrested at the crime scene, he is a resident of Nara. He shot two bullets and did not try to run away, aside from this he stayed there waiting for NHK to ask questions
As the news comes out through the media, a flood of condemnation messages from all the minister’s former or recently appointed sides coming start from every state including France, Singapore, the United Kingdom, India, Taiwan, and others on social media, Twitter, Instagram.
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