The Daily Mail recently reported that North Korean officials are investigating some people's response to a gas explosion. In particular, they are focussed on whether the obligatory portraits of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il were saved.
North Korean officials investigating a series of gas explosions that killed at least nine people are focusing their probe on whether families in Hyesan did everything they could to save portraits of the Kim dictators.
Earlier this year, a North Korean mother was threatened with jail after saving her two children from a house fire but allowed portraits of North Korea's leaders to burn.
There is no evidence given. I think it was fabricated.
Is there evidence for this?