The Impact of Panic Attacks on the Face of Bangladeshi Chrykotrians
The Bangladesh cricket team returned from two mosques after a final test in New Zealand after a terrorist attack on Christchurch.
The tiger leaves New Zealand on local time at noon on Saturday. They are expected to go to Dhaka at around 11 pm.
After the terrible terrorist attacks on Friday prayers at the two temples in Christchurch, New Zealand, the whole of Bangladesh was concerned about Bangladesh as a whole. The city will play as the third and final series of tests for New Zealand, so the Bangladesh National Cricket Team
Cricket players in Bangladesh were scheduled to read the mosque next to Hagley Oval in the test site where the first attack occurred.
Cricket players survived shortly after arriving at a mosque. After that, everyone will come back to the hotel by the stadium. The players came back to know that the cricket player was safe and safe to return to the whole country.
The Bangladesh team is returning from New Zealand today as the test was canceled. Local time Bangladesh departs at 12:00 pm at 10:40 pm. Khaled Masud Pilot, New Zealand team manager, said:
BCB yesterday all members of the Bangladesh team safely returned to the hotel. The board took the initiative to bring players and team management to their home country as soon as possible.
BCB's President Nazmul Hasan said in Dhaka yesterday. "In the future we will travel to our country and we will have to check the safety of the cricket people.
"Now there is no game in New Zealand, so the last test was canceled," he said.
It should be noted that the number of deaths from shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand increased to 49 during Friday prayers. More than 48 people were injured in the incident. Among the dead are three people from Bangladesh. doctor. There is a professor named Abdus Samad. Dr. Mohammed Nur is also responsible for this attack. Samad.