The terrorist attack in Vienna, the capital of the European country Austria, reminds of the Mumbai attack in India. The gunmen attacked and fired at people indiscriminately. This caused a scream. Officials said three people died and 15 people were injured. An attacker is also among those who died.
According to the information, the lockdown was to be implemented here from Monday evening. Earlier people were walking outside. Meanwhile, terrorists came and started firing bullets on whoever appeared. Many videos related to the incidents of this horrific shootout at six places are going viral on social media. Many people are sharing photos of this attack. Let us tell you that a similar terrorist attack took place in 2008 in Mumbai too.
According to the information, the first terrorist attack took place in a cafe and restaurant. A few hours after the terrorist incident, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that we are victims of a hideous terrorist attack in the capital Vienna which is still continuing. "One attacker has been piled on, but some attackers are still active," he said. The attackers are equipped with modern weapons. This shows how much preparation they came up with.
According to some media reports, at least 7 people have died and 15 injured have been injured in this attack. Interior Minister Karl Nehammer told the government broadcaster ORF, "It sounds like a terrorist attack." He said the attackers were armed with rifles. The army has been asked to protect important places in the city so that the police can chase the attackers. Home Minister Karl Nehmer said that a thousand soldiers have been deployed to find the escaped terrorist. Along with this, help has also been sought from neighboring countries to find the terrorist.
PM Modi condemned the incident
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has strongly condemned the incident in Vienna. PM Modi tweeted, "Deeply shocked and saddened by the brutal terrorist attacks in Vienna. India stands with Austria in this sad time. My condolences are with the victims and their families. '
The first attack reported at eight o'clock
Police said, at eight o'clock local time, the first incident of firing on a road in the city center came to light. He said that there has been firing in six areas of the capital. An unconfirmed video can be seen of how the attacker is passing through the streets with weapons in his hands and firing at people in public.