PCB condemns cowardly Christchurch attack
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) voiced against the cowardly Christchurch attack which took away the life of 49 people on Friday.
Friday afternoon was a black day in the history of New Zealand after a terrorist broke out to a mosque in Christchurch and brushed fire to kill everyone present at the mosque.
Bangladesh also escaped the attack as they were also heading to that mosque and it also led to the cancellation of the last Test match.
Meanwhile, PCB chairman Ehsan Mani expressed its grief and shock over the incident with the Peshawar and Islamabad franchise teams wearing black armbands during their match in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
“On behalf of the Pakistan cricket fraternity, I would like to condemn in the strongest possible way the cowardly, uncivilised and inhuman terrorist attacks on the innocent worshippers in Christchurch mosques,” he said.
“Our hearts go out to all those affected by this tragedy who will feel and understand their pain and loss better than us. In these difficult times, we also stand firmly with our colleagues in New Zealand Cricket and offer our deepest condolences,” the chairman added.
Peshawar Zalmi is playing against Islamabad United at the moment in Eliminator 2.