HYDERABAD: Hyderabad man went missing after New Zealand mosque attack. His father, Mohammed Sayeeduddin, made an appeal to the government to find his son. Farhaj Ahsan had gone to the Christchurch mosque to offer Friday prayers when a shooter burst in and sprayed bullets, killing 49 people and injuring dozens. Since the assault, his whereabouts are obscure to his family.
He said, "My son went to the mosque to offer Friday prayers and has not returned yet. About 17 people are yet missing. I ask the government to find the location and well being of my son". Another Hyderabad man Ahmed Jahangir was harmed in the attack. His brother Khurshid Jahangir has requested to the government to speed up the visa procedure.
"We haven't been able to get appropriate information yet. I ask the government to assist me with getting a visa so I can make a trip to New Zealand to take care of my brother," he added. The Indian envoy in New Zealand said that “Nine people from India or of Indian origin have gone missing after Friday's twin shootings at two mosques in Christchurch in which 49 people have died.”
According to the updates received from multiple sources, there are 9 missing persons of Indian nationality/ origin. Official confirmation still awaited. Immense crime against humanity. Our prayers with their families," High Commissioner Sanjiv Kohli tweeted.