Japan PM Speech Blast Video: After Shinzo Abe, now Japan’s PM Fumio Kishida has become a target! There was a blast in the meeting, watch the video

Japan PM Speech Blast: A massive explosion took place on Saturday (April 15) at the meeting of Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. This blast took place in Wakayama city just before the commencement of PM Kishida’s speech. During this there was a sound of a tremendous explosion. According to the information, Japan’s PM Fumio Kishida was attacked with a smoke bomb. Many people present at the spot say that the bomb blast was very loud.

A video has also been released after the incident from the place where Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida had gone to deliver the speech. It can be seen in the video footage that after the explosion, the people present at the scene start running away. On the other hand, a man was held by many people by throwing him on the ground.

Japan’s Prime Minister Fumio Kishida narrowly escaped
Police were also present at the scene, who have caught a man. Three to four police officers have held the man. However, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida narrowly escaped after the incident. The incident took place when the Prime Minister of Japan was about to give a speech with a candidate from the ruling Liberal Democratic Party.

In another video, people were taking photos and videos during the speech. Meanwhile there was a loud explosion. After the blast, people started screaming. Started running hither and thither.

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—ゆき (@yukiko_070) April 15, 2023

Assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Former Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe was also attacked in a similar attack on July 8, 2022, in which he died. During that time he was giving a speech in the campaign of a colleague. However, a 41-year-old man was arrested for gun possession soon after the incident.


—ゆき (@yukiko_070) April 15, 2023

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