Sport 24 – Dhaka – Bangladesh’s cricket board head said on Friday their players will now only travel with proper security assurances, after the national team narrowly escaped the New Zealand mosque attacks that left at least 49 dead.

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  • Dhaka – Bangladesh’s cricket board head said on Friday their players will now only travel with proper security assurances, after the national team narrowly escaped the New Zealand mosque attacks that left at least 49 dead.
  • The Bangladeshi team were visiting Christchurch for the final Test of a three-match series against New Zealand and arrived at one of the city’s mosques for Friday prayer when shooting began.
  • READ: Bangladesh ‘minutes’ from being caught up in NZ mosque massacre”The security arrangement (in Christchurch) was nowhere near what we usually provide.
  • Attacks were carried out on two mosques during Friday prayers in what appeared to be the worst assault on Muslims in a Western country.
  • READ: NZ, Bangladesh Test cancelled after mosque attacksNazmul urged cricketing authorities across the globe to change the perception about security.


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