The national team's cricketers have survived for a few minutes from a gunman attack on Friday at a mosque in Christchurch. New Zealand Cricket Board canceled the third Test in the wake of the horrific incident. The horrors of the horrific carnage are being brought back to the country today. The cricketers boarded a Singapore Airlines plane on Saturday at 5.00 am on Saturday. Just before the start of the plane, Bangladeshi opener Tamim Iqbal said the team cricketer will take time to cope with the brutal incident.
Critics survived for a little while while performing the Friday prayers in Christchurch Mosque. At least 49 people were killed inside the mosque during an attack by a violent white gunman. Bangladesh team members were able to save lives by quickly leaving the venue. Tamim Iqbal, senior witness and incident witness to some newsmen present on the eve of his arrival in the country, said, "Here we will take the time to get out of the panic of the incident that we witnessed. This is the relief that we are returning to the family now. The family members of every member of the party are in great anxiety. It seems, I can be normal with spending time with my family.
At around 5am on Saturday, at around 5 pm, a plane of Singapore Airlines made a total of 19 people, including the team's cricketers. Bangladesh team manager Khaled Masud Pilot said that the team will reach Dhaka at 10:40 pm tomorrow. Apart from some coaching staff, 19 people from the group are coming back with this flight. Some of the coaching staff are going to West Indies and South Africa. From there, they will be arranged to return to Dhaka in the fastest possible time.