PM Rishi Sunak expresses condolences on recent mishappening in Seoul


The newly designated Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (UK), Rishi Sunak, expressed his grief and condolences on the recent horrific incident which took place on Saturday night at a Halloween party in Seoul, South Korea.

The new Prime Minister of Britain shared his condolences to the victims of this incident and their families.


On his official Twitter handle, PM Sunak shared the caption wording, “Horrific news from Seoul tonight. All our thoughts are with those currently answering and all South Koreans at this very distressing time.”

At least 146 people were killed in Stampede, and 150 more were hurt as they were crushed by a large crowd pushing forward on a narrow street during Halloween festivities in the capital of Seoul.

As per the latest updates from South Korea, 129 Korean dead, including 22 foreigners, are found dead. Around 63 people have minor injuries, whereas 19 are seriously injured.

A paramedic tried CPR on one of the casualties, but blood came from the mouth and nose. They couldn’t control the situation because it was too crowded.

Many parents and teachers were saddened and disappointed by this horrible news. Many lives were wasted, and dreams shattered. If only youth were guided and instructed that Halloween shouldn’t be observed, many lives would be spared.

Please help your students or your children to understand with the help of the Holy Spirit that Halloween or any event that is not from God must not have participated. If we genuinely love our students or children, we will do our best to instruct or guide them the right way.


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