On the one hand, there are rumors of the death of the dictator of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un. On the other hand, the government of that country has come up in the headlines again by issuing a strange decree. The new decree has made it compulsory for children to go to school from September. The decision was made after the Corona virus spread in North Korea. The decree also states that not only healthy children but also sick children should come to school. But sick children will not be able to return home after finishing school.
Amid the spread of corona virus in the country, the Kim government has issued guidelines to open schools from 1st September.This is known in a report of express.co.uk The report also said that strict guidelines have been issued to all students in the country to go to school. And if a student suffers from fever or cold-cough, he will be detained at school. The student will be isolated in the vicinity of the school, from where he will have to continue his studies. He will not be allowed to return home or go to the hospital.
Earlier, North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong-Un issued a strange edict for the country’s people. Kim Jong-Un ordered the people of his country to serve the meat of their pets to the restaurants. Note that Kim Jong-Un has issued an order to cut down the pet’s dog to meet the shortage of food items.
The people of the country are also in an extreme religious crisis after this order of Jung. Those who have pets at home now fear that the government will take them away and not sell them to restaurants. Last July, Kim called the dog pet law illegal, saying it was the work of capitalists. And a month later, Kim ordered the pet dog to be killed.
According to Kim, poor people keep animals like cattle, sheep, goats and pigs to meet human food needs. On the other hand, in cities like Pyongyang, the rich keep dogs. It is a symbol of Western civilization and capitalist justice. There is no place for Western civilization and capitalists in North Korea. Petting is a punishable offense in the country.
That’s why North Korea’s dictatorial regime has banned dogs and ordered them to be sold in restaurants. North Korea has been suffering from a food crisis over the past few months due to the Corona. A few weeks ago, the United States said that most families in North Korea were starving. And very few people can eat twice a day on a full stomach.