Japan News: A man set himself on fire near the office of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. After the incident, there was an atmosphere of panic all around. At the same time, the police reached the spot and admitted the person to the hospital in a state of unconsciousness.
At present, no statement of any kind has come from the police and the Prime Minister’s Office regarding this incident in Tokyo. However, according to media reports, this man had left a note before setting himself on fire, in which it was found that he was former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe) was opposed to plans for a state funeral.
Here’s the reason…
At the same time, according to the news on a TV station in Japan, a police officer trying to extinguish the fire has also been injured. The Kyodo news agency and other outlets said a note was found near the man engulfed in flames expressing opposition to the funeral.
Funeral will be held on September 27
Abe, Japan’s longest-serving prime minister, was shot and killed during an election campaign on July 8. At the same time, a publicly funded funeral will be held in his honor on 27 September. At the same time, about half the public has opposed the state funeral in Japan.
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