Japan : Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attacked. Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been attacked. According to the information received, the attacker shot him in the chest when Shinzo Abe was giving a speech during an event. According to Japanese media sources, former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been hospitalized in critical condition.
According to Japanese media reports, Shinzo Abe had attended an event in the city of Nara and when he was giving a speech here, he suddenly fell down due to firing. People present at the scene also say that when Shinzo Abe was giving a speech, only then there was the sound of firing. Shinzo Abe was shot directly in the chest.
Understand Attacks and Shinzo’s Personality in Five Points
1. Shinzo Abe was delivering a stump speech at an event ahead of Sunday’s Upper House election, when gunshots were heard.
2. The 67-year-old former leader collapsed on the spot and was bleeding from his neck. It is being told that the attack took place from behind.
3. Abe was taken to the hospital and where the cardio-respiratory arrest was observed. Experts say it is a term used in Japan to indicate that the body is not showing any vital signs, and is generally used before formal certification of a death.
4. Several media outlets have reported that he appears to have been shot in the neck from behind, possibly from a shotgun.
5. Let us tell you, Shinzo Abe, the longest-serving Prime Minister of Japan, held office for one year in 2006 and again from 2012 to 2020. In this way, he was the Prime Minister of Japan for almost 9 years.
Have a deep connection with India
Let us tell you, former Japan PM Shinzo Abe has seen a special connection with India and its PM Narendra Modi. PM Modi, who recently arrived in Japan to attend the Quad summit on May 24, met three former Japanese prime ministers ahead of a bilateral meeting with current Japanese Prime Minister Fushio Kishida. This meeting of PM Modi with the three former Prime Ministers Yoshihide Suga, Shinzo Abe and Yoshiro Mori was widely discussed in the media. It also saw his special chemistry with Shinzo Abe.
PM Modi wished Shinzo Abe
Significantly, Shinzo Abe was soon to take over as the president of the Japan-India Association (JIA). During the meeting, PM Modi also congratulated former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for his new responsibility.