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Former Japan PM Shinzo Abe was shot in a gathering

Former Japan PM Shinzo Abe was shot in a gathering

July 8th 2022, 6:20 am
Amitesh Kumar

Some videos of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are visible on social media. In the video, Abe can be seen falling on the road. It is being told that he was not breathing while taking Abe to the hospital.

A big news came on Friday morning about the former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe. Japanese media reported that Shinzo Abe was shot during a speech at an election event in western Japan. He fell after being shot. He was rushed to the hospital where Shinzo Abe's condition remains critical.

Firefighters in Japan said Shinzo Abe was not breathing when he was airlifted to hospital after being shot. His heart rate had stopped.

Japan's state broadcaster NHK said Abe was bleeding when he fell to the ground and was taken to a hospital. According to eyewitnesses, they heard the sound of gunfire in the Nara area. It is being told that Shinzo Abe was allegedly attacked when he stood up to deliver a speech at an election program in view of the voting for the upper house of parliament on Sunday.

The Japan Times reported that former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was attacked from behind by a man while delivering a speech on a street in Nara on Friday. The police have caught the man who attacked Shinzo Abe. According to reports, Shinzo Abe has been shot near the chest.

Japan's NHK World News has reported that former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe collapsed during a speech in the western Japanese city of Nara. Initial reports said that he was injured. An NHK reporter present at the scene heard a gunshot sound and the reporter saw Shinzo Abe bleeding.

Some videos of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe are visible on social media. In the video, Shinzo Abe can be seen falling on the road. Several security personnel can be seen running towards them in the video. When Abe fell to the ground, he kept his hand on his chest. Blood was seen on Abe's shirt. NHK reported that the police apprehended a suspect on the spot.

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