The importance of catching the perpetrators

We are deeply sad that we report on the tragic events that unfolded on the Kanjuruhan stadium in Malang, East Java, at night, on Saturday. A large number of people suffered fatal injuries in a frantic, chaotic crowd after police fired tear gas in an attempt to quell a pitch invasion from fans of the team from home, Arema FC. Our condolences go out to those whose families were affected by this tragedy. Sincere condolences are extended for those hurt.

1. How did people get scared?

Because of the lack of security precautions and the heavy crowd in the stadium, panicked crowds rushed into the stadium. The stampede resulted in the deaths of 125 and inflicted injuries to many more. Police in Indonesia have opened an investigation in the aftermath for the purpose of identifying the perpetrators.

2. What was the death count in this massacre?

The early hours of Sunday morning, a stampede at a packed nightclub in the Indonesian capital city of Jakarta killed at least 120 people, and wounded scores more. While revelers celebrated the conclusion of Ramadan when the tragedy hit, it was afoot. The event was being probed as a crime police from the Indonesian police. Police are conducting an investigation from every angle in order in order to pinpoint the source of the incident. The stampede took place at the extremely crowded Exit nightclub, which is located in the North Jakarta district of Kelapa Gading.

3. How many people were injured?

As per the reports on “Find The Perpetrators,” Indonesian Cops Told After Stampede Causes the death of 125, while 3 persons were hurt. This was a tragedy that occurred, and it is important that the perpetrators are found and brought to justice. It is crucial that the Indonesian police locate the culprits accountable for this incident and make sure that they’re held accountable for their acts.

Quick Summary

The Indonesian government demanded the police to intervene and to prosecute the people accountable for the fatal soccer stampede, which killed 125 dead.