North Korea's eccentric dictator bans laughing, find out why?

There has been big news from North Korea. In fact, there are many similar restrictions, but now people here are banned from laughing and happy. You may be surprised to hear, but it is true. According to reports, North Korea is currently making the 10th anniversary of its former leader Kim Jong Il.

National mourning is being observed here on the 10th anniversary of the death of the former leader. A number of restrictions have been imposed on the people here for 11 days. According to the information received, the authorities here have issued strict orders to stop people from laughing and drinking alcohol to express their happiness. On the other hand, the police officers here are keeping a tight vigil on the people. He is making sure people are unhappy enough or not.

Kim Jong Il, the brutal dictator of North Korea, died of a heart attack on December 17, 2011. Since then, North Korea has observed a 10-day mourning day every year, although this time it will be an 11-day mourning day on the completion of 10 years of his death. People have been banned from laughing and all have been asked to be as sad as they can. At the same time, people have been banned from drinking to shopping here.

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