World Desk, Amar Ujala, Seoul
Updated Sat, 05 Dec 2020 01:13 PM IST
King Jong Un (file photo)
– Photo: ANI
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North Korea has strict restrictions to prevent corona infection. Strict punishment is also being given to those who do not follow the rule. It also includes capital punishment. However, capital punishment is considered common in North Korea.
Tughlaq decree to be fired with bullets
According to media reports, a person recently lost his life in North Korea just because he violated the restrictions imposed on Kovid-19. Eccentric Kim was so offended by the violation that he issued a Tughlaki decree of the death sentence to the accused person.
Fear among the people was shot because
The English newspaper Daily Mail, quoting Radio Free Asia, wrote that on November 28, North Korea’s army publicly fired a man with bullets on Kim’s orders to instill fear among people over the Corona rules.
The accused person was told that he was accused of smuggling Chinese goods into North Korea, breaking the sanctions. While doing so, he was arrested by the local security forces. The firing squad then shot him openly. Explain that in view of Corona, North Korea has officially closed its border since the month of March.
Anti-aircraft guns deployed on the border
At the same time, some media reports have stated that Kim Jong-un has deployed anti-aircraft guns on its border with China to create fear of civilians. While deploying these weapons on the border, it has been ordered that anyone within one km radius should be shot on sight.
North Korea said – not yet found a single case of corona
North Korea has officially claimed that not a single case of corona virus has been reported in its country. But countries around the world doubt his claim. Experts say that strict censorship is enforced in North Korea, so it is extremely difficult to get information out. In such a case, the government claim cannot be confirmed.