Police officials and emergency ministry officials said the accused killed five people, including two police personnel, before he was arrested and snatched weapons from him.
Shooting in Almaty (signal photo)
An incident of shooting has come to light in Almaty, the largest city of Kazakhstan. In a statement given by news agencies, officials said that five people, including two police officers, were killed in a shooting in the country’s Almaty city on Monday. Besides the police officers, three other people were among the dead. A police statement said a person was given a notice to vacate the house. Angered by this, the person started firing. Five people, including two law enforcement officers, died in this.
In a statement given by news agencies, officials said that the person got angry after receiving the notice to vacate the house. After this he started shooting in Kazakhstan. Police officials and emergency ministry officials said the accused killed five people, including two police personnel, before he was arrested and snatched weapons from him. It has been told that the accused was above 50 years of age. The police did not give any information about the name of the attacker. Just said that he was born in 1967.
Almaty is the financial capital of the country
According to the report of Russian news agencies, this incident of firing took place at 5 pm local time in Akbulak district of Almaty city. Almaty is located in the south of Kazakhstan and is known as the economic capital of the country. Almaty used to be the capital of Kazakhstan until 1997 and is now the commercial and cultural center of Kazakhstan. Actually, the government made Akmola the capital of the country, which was renamed as Noor Sultan in 2019.
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