“Find The Perpetrators,” Indonesian Cops Told After Stampede Kills 125


We’re extremely saddened be able to report on the tragic events that occurred that took place at Kanjuruhan Stadium in Malang (East Java) on the night of Saturday. Many died in a panicked, chaotic stampede after officers fired tear gas to stop an invasion of the pitch by fans of the team from home, Arema FC. We send our condolences to all those who were affected by this tragedy. We would also like to extend our sincere sympathies to all those who were wounded.

1. The crowd was frightened?

The fans became agitated and stampeded at the stadium due to the lack of security and the crowded nature of the stadium. This stampede ended up causing the death of 125 persons and numerous injuries. The Indonesian police have launched an investigation in the aftermath to determine who was responsible.

2. What was the number of people killed in the stampede?

The early hours of Sunday’s morning, a stampede at a packed nightclub in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta killed at least 130 people and injured many more. In the midst of celebrations marking the end of Ramadan, the tragedy struck. The event was being looked into as a case of crime by police from the Indonesian police. Police are reviewing every avenue to discover the reason for the incident. The incident took place at Exit the nightclub, which is a popular one that is located in the city of North Jakarta’s Kelapa Gading.

3. How many were injured?

According to the news on “Find the Perpetrators,” Indonesian Cops were informed that after Stampede kills 125, and 3 victims were wounded. It is tragic that this took place and it’s crucial to ensure that the culprits are brought to justice. It is crucial that the Indonesian police find the people responsible for this stampede and ensure that they are held accountable for their conduct.

Quick Summary

The Indonesian government has called on police forces in the country to investigate and punish the perpetrators of an infamous soccer melee that caused the deaths of 125.