The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has arranged a Special Prayer Mahfil for the players of Bangladesh National Cricket Team to return home safely from New Zealand. Today the BCB office is prayed on Monday at Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur.
Two mosques, including Al Nur Mosque in New Zealand's Christchurch, have been attacked. 50 people including four Bangladeshis were killed in the incident. Bangladesh national cricket team players have been saved for a little bit.
Tamim and Mushfiq were going to read Friday prayers in the mosque of Central Christchurch. Only then was the attack in the mosque.
When Tamim was going to the mosque, an unidentified woman came and warned them, 'It is not right to go inside you, there are gunfire inside the mosque.'
The Bangladesh team's players have returned home safely after getting saved from this incident. BCB President Nazmul Hassan Papon, former ODI captain, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, former captain and national and current and former cricketer of the national team were present at the special prayers for the victims of the victims of Christchurch.
BCB president said, "Many players of Bangladesh team have been mentally broken in this incident. We kept them under observation. Not only because of this, the World Cup is in front, before a psychologist arrives, if he has time to spend time with them, good for the team. If someone needs any special help, it will be done. '