Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): News sources reported this morning, Thursday April 20, 2023, that 78 people died due to crowding in front of a businessman's aid distribution place in Sana'a.
With the support of the United States, the United Arab Emirates and several other countries, Saudi Arabia has carried out military aggression against Yemen since March 2015 and blockaded the country by land, sea and air.
According to UN sources, the developments in Yemen and the attacks of the Saudi coalition until the end of 2021 have claimed the lives of 377 thousand Yemeni citizens and caused more than 126 billion dollars in damage to the infrastructure and economy of this country, and now 80% of Yemeni people need humanitarian aid.
According to Iran Press, the spokesman of the Yemeni Ministry of Interior, Abdul Khaliq Al-Ajri, said: Dozens of people were killed and injured due to random distribution of money by some businessmen without coordination with the Ministry of Interior.
It is said that 78 people have been killed and dozens injured as a result of this incident, 13 of them are in critical condition.
Mehdi Al-Mashat, the head of Yemen's Supreme Political Council, also ordered the formation of a committee consisting of the Ministry of Interior, Security, Intelligence, Judiciary and Public Prosecution to investigate this incident.
The head of the Supreme Political Council of Yemen emphasized the importance of taking the necessary measures to find out the reasons for what happened.
A number of officials of the National Salvation Government of Yemen visited the place of this incident and were closely informed about this incident.