Hyderabad: MP Asaduddin Owaisi requested to the government of Telangana and the external affairs minister at the Center to help a relative of Ahmed Jahangir, who was shot in the Christchurch mosque assault. He looked for their assistance to make arrangement to send the victim’s sibling Iqbal Jehangir, a Hyderabad inhabitant, who needed to go to New Zealand right away. Owaisi took to twitter and posted photos and passports details including that the individual would head out to New Zealand on his own needed fast processing of the visa system.
At least 49 peoples were killed in mass shootings at two mosques loaded with worshippers going to Friday prayers on what the PM called "one of New Zealand's darkest days." One man was captured and accused of homicide in what gave off an impression of being a cautiously arranged racist attack Police also defused explosive devices in a vehicle. Two other individuals were being held in custody. Police said they were trying to decide how they may be included.
PM Jacinda Ardern said the events in Christchurch represented to "an exceptional and unprecedented act of violence,” and that huge numbers of the exploited people could be migrants or refugees. In addition to the dead, she said in excess of 20 individuals were seriously injured.