North Korea: 653 bullets missing from soldiers, dictator Kim imposed lockdown in entire city till recovery

Pankaj Prasad
Kim Jong Un
Kim Jong Un

Kim Jong Un has put a lockdown in a city just because 653 gun bullets went missing from a soldier in this city.

A shocking news has come from North Korea. Here dictator Kim Jong Un has put a lockdown in a city just because 653 gun bullets went missing from a soldier in this city. Now a lockdown has been imposed in the entire city to find it. According to a report by Radio Free Asia, 653 rounds of ammunition went missing during a military retreat on March 7. There is a strict order of the government that until all the bullets are found, there will be a lockdown in the city. Both the police and the army are looking for it together, but even after 10 days have passed, these bullets have not been recovered yet.

More than two lakh people imprisoned in homes

According to the report of Radio Free Asia, the incident took place in the city of Hesan in the northern region of Ryanggang.
Due to the imposition of lockdown in the city, a population of two lakhs has been imprisoned in homes.
The search operation by the soldiers is on since the gun bullets went missing. The officers are conducting house-to-house search operations.

was deployed during corona

According to the report, on March 7, the Korean People's Army 7th Battalion returned from this area. The 7th battalion was deployed in 2020 itself to close the Chinese border at the beginning of the Kovid-19 pandemic. The army was called back after the Corona crisis was over. Meanwhile the bullets disappeared. Initially, the jawans themselves were busy searching for it, when it was not found, the officials were informed about it. After this, the entire city was sealed by imposing lockdown. According to reports, the entire city has been sealed. The police and army are starting house-to-house searches. But even after ten days have passed since the investigation started, no clue has been found.