Cricketer Virat Kohli tweets in support of NZ Muslims, calls Terrorist attack as “Cowardly act”


Mumbai – India’s popular cricketer Virat Kohli tweeted on Friday that his heart goes out in support of the Muslim worshipers who were mercilessly killed in Al-Noor Mosque by a White Kiwi terrorist in Christchurch Newzealand.

He tweeted, “Shocking and tragic. My heart goes out to the ones affected by this cowardly act at Christchurch. Thoughts with the Bangladesh team as well, stay safe.”

The dreadful terrorist attack that has ever taken place on the soil of Newzealand has killed over 49 Muslims while over 40 are seriously injured.

However, the Bangladesh Cricket team was about to enter the mosque to offer prayers, but escaped the unfortunate situation. The Cricket authorities have called off the third and final Test match that was scheduled on Saturday.

The Bangladesh team, which was about to enter the mosque to offer prayers, escaped unscathed but the prevailing situation led to the authorities calling off the third and final Test match starting Saturday.

Bangladesh team manager Khaled Masud Pilot said, “They are all safe but they remain distraught. They can’t forget what happened just in front of their eyes.”

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