Pakistani man who struggled to stop New Zealand mosque terrorist succumbs to injuries

A Pakistani man, who tried to stop the white terrorist who opened fire earlier today at a New Zealand mosque, has succumbed to his wounds.

Late Naeem Rashid, who was harmed in his bid to defeat the attacker, passed away late Friday night. He hailed from Abbottabad.

Rashid’s son, Talha Naeem, was one of those who went dead in the Al Noor Mosque mass shooting.

Separately, however, 5 Pakistani citizens were reported missing following the Christchurch attack and among the injured ones were 27-year-old Karachi-born Areeb and an aged man from Hafizabad recognized as Muhammad Ameen.

The FO also pointed out that 4 Pakistani nationals were injured in the terrible Christchurch terrorist attacks. They were being treated at hospitals, said Dr Mohammad Faisal, a spokesperson for the Foreign Office of Pakistan.

حرمین رضا

حرمین رضا اردو خبر میں پاکستان میں مقیم مصنف اور سابق ایڈیٹر ہیں۔