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Mass Shooting Kills 31 in Thailand

According to a police spokesperson, a mass shooting at a children's daycare in Thailand's northeastern province left at least 31 people dead. Police said in a statement that the victims comprised children and adults. A chase was being conducted for the gunman, an ex-police officer. 


According to government officials, the prime minister has instructed all agencies to take action and find the offender. However, Thailand has a high percentage of gun ownership compared to other nations in the region and enormous quantities of illegal firearms. Many have been imported over the years from war-torn neighbors across porous borders and are not included in official statistics. 


A government representative claims that the prime minister has instructed all agencies to take action and find the offender. Mass shootings are uncommon, but in 2020, a soldier upset about a property deal gone wrong went on a spree that left 57 people injured and at least 29 dead. 


The shooter began a fire in the daycare center in the town of Nongbua Lamphu early in the afternoon, according to Police Major General Achayon Kraithong. The emergency services were notified of a disturbance at a daycare center in northeast Thailand at around 12:30 p.m. (05:30 a.m. GMT), according to Tony Cheng of Al Jazeera, reporting from Bangkok. 


According to Maj. The shooter, Gen. Achayon Kraithong of the Thailand Police, started firing early in the afternoon in the town's center, Nongbua Lamphu. The assailant of the Thailand nursery attack took his own life, reports the Thailand Police.


The prime minister proceeded to express his condolences on the shooting incident. 

According to the Guardian, the children at the center were preschoolers, according to Chanpen Dechpok, the local leader. However, he was unable to confirm how many people died. 


Rare history of the mass shooting, but in 2020 before being shot dead early on Sunday, a soldier on a spree that covered four places in and around the northeastern Thai city of Nakhon

Ratchasima killed at least 29 people and injured 57 others. The soldier was upset over a property deal gone bad. 


Except for the extreme south, where a decades-old insurgency is still active, major shootings are uncommon in Thailand. Summarizing the casualty: The shooting happened in Nong Bua Lamphu, in northern Thailand. 


According to accounts, both youngsters and adults were victims. Police in Thailand reported that the shooter was a former police officer. However, Thailand's police said that all agencies had been informed about taking action. 


According to Reuters, who cited Thai media, the gunman killed his wife and child before turning the gun on himself. Mass shootings are uncommon in Thailand, but in 2020 a soldier went on a spree that left at least 29 people dead and 57 injured because he was upset about a bad property deal.

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