Bangladeshi cricketers Bangladeshi cricket team Tamim Iqbal said everyone was safe despite the terrorist attacks at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. In a tweet message, he briefed on the matter a while ago.
Six people were killed in a terrorist attack.
Six people have been killed in a terrorist attack on a Christchurch temple near the area where the Bangladesh cricket team is visiting New Zealand. Bangladeshi cricketers Tamim Iqbal and some visiting teams went to read the Friday prayers at this mosque. As news about this incident became more prevalent, Bangladesh cricket fans were worried both at home and abroad.
Tamim said he was safe. "The whole team has been rescued from the gunman, feel fearful and pray for us." #ChristchurchMosqueAttack & # 39;
After the attack, all teams of the Bangladesh team came out safely. Tamim Iqbal wrote his tweets on a frightful experience.
Local police confirmed that the bomb was found in a car that fell off the mosque. Six people were killed in a terrorist attack.
Bangladesh cricketer Tamim Iqbal, Masjid Al Noor, and some visiting teams have read the enlargement prayer in the center of Christchurch. One eyewitness told local media that one gunman suddenly entered the mosque and started firing. He went to the cell of the mosque and watched people shoot. This ammunition lasts for a while.
Police said the bomb was found on Strokealand Street, about three kilometers from Al Nur Mosque.
After the Friday prayer (Friday, March 15) entered the mosque, the gunman died. , Some of them immediately fell to the ground. So far six people have been reported to have died. However, the actual number of deaths has not yet been confirmed by the police or authorities.