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Police arrive in Peru’s nightclub to kill Red, 13 people killed in stampede

13 killed in stampede at Peru nightclub

Thirteen people Died due to a stampede at Night Club in Peru in a Peruvian capital Lima. More than 120 people were involved in this party.

Lima. Thirteen people Died due to a stampede at Night Club in Peru in a Peruvian capital Lima. Actually on Saturday night, when the police raided this nightclub, the people present here started running here and there and they were killed in that order. This information was given by Peruvian National Director General of Police Arlando Velasco Mujica.

There were more than 120 people involved in the nightclub at the time of the incident

On Saturday, police went to raid Thomas Restaurant Bar in the Peruvian capital. The party was being held illegally there. More than 120 people were involved in this party. Due to the Corona virus infection, there is a ban on restaurants, bars etc. and this is the reason why the police had reached to close this club, but there was chaos as soon as the police arrived.

Curfew is imposed in the country after 10 pmIt has been instructed to strictly implement social distancing measures in Peru. A provision has been made not to gather large number of people anywhere in the whole country. Curfew is imposed after 10 pm to reduce the infection of coronavirus in the country.

Coronavirus killed more than 27 thousand lives in Peru

Peru is the first country in the US where the use of coronavirus was strictly implemented. However, the condition of Peru in Latin American countries has reached a very poor position in view of Coronavirus. According to John Hopkins University, so far 5,76,000 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in Peru. Due to Corona virus infection here, more than 27,000 people have lost their lives so far.

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The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a statement saying that the police has not used any weapon or tear gas to evacuate the campus of the nightclub. When the police reached the second floor of the club, people started running around to escape and due to which they fell in the stairs and lost their lives.

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