Jacinda Ardern New Zealand PM Wearing Black Dress Headscarf black day
Six Pakistani victims of mosque attacks identified
Three others unaccounted for; crisis cell set up to help four families in shifting remains to Pakistan for burial
By Our Staff Reporter
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Saturday confirmed the death of six Pakistanis in Christchurch mosque shootings and said three others were still unaccounted for as New Zealand authorities con-ing to hospital authorities. Tliirty-six people were still being treated on Saturday, 11 of whom remained in intensive care. One victim died at the hospital.
Among the six Pakistani victims, the bodies of four would be repatriated to the country, as the heirs of two other victims Naeem Rasliid and Talha Naeem decided to bury them in Christchurch.
Wearing a black headscarf, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hugged Muslim community members promising them that she would ensure religious freedom in the country and make gun laws stricter. “I convey the message of love and support on behalf of New Zealand to all of
CHRISTCHURCH: Wearing a black dress and headscarf, New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern meeting on Saturday survivors and relatives of victims of the terrorist attacks on two mosques.