New Delhi: Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was attacked. He was shot twice during the speech. His heart stopped beating after the stroke. Could not even breathe. He was rushed to a hospital in a bloody condition. Abe bled profusely after the shooting.
Shinzo Abe’s heart stopped beating
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is not breathing after the attack, a Japanese official was quoted as saying. Her heartbeat also stopped while doing the airlift. Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and other cabinet ministers have returned to Tokyo following reports of the attack.
Shinzo Abe, 67, reportedly had a heart attack after being shot. Currently, a suspected attacker has been taken into custody. The attack on Shinzo Abe took place in the city of Nara. He was then giving a speech. Suddenly Abe fell down. Blood was also oozing from his body. He was taken to hospital in a bloody condition. Due to the sudden fall of Shinzo Abe, the people present there did not understand anything. But in the meantime some people there heard gunshots.
According to the information received, the suspect has been arrested. The youth is 41 years old. His name is Yamagami Tetsuya. A gun has also been recovered from him.
Shinzo Abe resigned as prime minister in 2020. He resigned due to ill health. Shinzo Abe was shot in the chest, he has been rushed to hospital. Abe’s condition is critical at the moment because he was bleeding profusely. Due to the sudden fall of Shinzo Abe, the people present there did not understand anything. But some people heard something like shooting there. A suspect is currently in the custody of the person.
Resigned as Prime Minister in 2020
Let me tell you that Shinzo Abe is a good friend of PM Modi. He resigned as Prime Minister of Japan in August 2020. He made this decision because of his health. Abe, 65, announced his resignation at a press conference. He said he needed some time to treat bowel disease, so he was resigning from his post. Shinzo Abe has had to go to the hospital twice in the last two weeks. His health is being speculated to be not good.
Shinzo Abe became prime minister again in 2012 after winning a landslide victory. This seven-year term has earned him the distinction of being Japan’s longest-serving prime minister. Abe’s term was one year away.