Afridi-Kohli sends message to Bangladesh cricket

Former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi and Indian captain Virat Kohli including some other cricketers send messages to Bangladesh cricket in the wake of Christchurch Terror attack.

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A few minutes after they were blocked from getting off the bus, the players got away and went through Hagley Park.
The Bangladesh players, who were “very shaken” at that time even asked passers-by not to go any further on Deans Avenue. They made it back to Hagley Oval where they are at present secured down their changing area, as the director Khaled Mashud is in contact with both NZC and the BCB.

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A great part of the training staff was back in the team hotel while the head mentor Steve Rhodes was at the ground. Liton Das and Nayeem Hasan were likewise back in the lodging and have been reached, and advised to remain back at the hotel.
A shooter apparently started shooting at the mosque, with the previous leader of the Muslim Association of Canterbury Mohammed Jama saying a man with a firearm went into the mosque about 1.40pm on Friday.

Meanwhile, Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi informed via twitter that he has contacted with Tamim Iqbal and ensured that everyone is safe.

“Horrifying tragedy . I found NZ one of safest, most peaceful places, people are friendly. Spoke to Tamim big relief B’desh squad/staff is safe. World must together! stop hatred!Terrorism has no religion! Prayers for bereaved families. May Allah bless the departed,” Afridi tweeted.

Here are some other tweets from the cricketers

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