Unrest in Kazakhstan: 127 people injured

More than 30 houses, 15 trade facilities, and 23 vehicles were damaged as a result of arson.
As a result of mass riots in the Kordai district of the Jambyl region of Kazakhstan, 127 people were injured. This was announced by the press service of the government of the country on Saturday, February 8.

127 people sought medical treatment after the riots in the Kordai district. This was announced by Deputy Health Minister Kamalzhan Nadyrov. According to him, 37 people are in hospitals, including nine in intensive care, 18 are preparing for discharge,” the press service said in a statement.

It is also noted that six people were hospitalized in Almaty clinics with the help of sanitization. One hundred people are examined and are on outpatient observation.

Earlier it became known about mass fights in Kazakhstan. They occurred near the Kazakhstan-Kyrgyz border. Eight people were killed.

Later, at a briefing, Interior Minister Erlan Turgumbayev said that more than 30 houses, 15 objects of trade and 23 cars were damaged as a result of arson.

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The security forces claim that the cause of the unrest was a domestic conflict, which some provocateurs tried to transfer to the international plane.