Wellington, Ep. The New Zealand Police arrested a 19-year-old man for threatening him. In fact, Christchurch mosques have been threatened with attack. In this connection, the police has made these arrests. This mosque was attacked last year and mass shootings were done here. Preparations are on to mark the day when a year of suicide attack in New Zealand.

A year ago, 51 Muslim worshipers were killed in this attack. At the same time, the police condemned the threat and increased patrolling on the two mosques which were attacked. The threatening message on an encrypted messaging app allegedly showed a man sitting in a car outside the Al Noor mosque, with threatening messages and a gun emoji.

Canterbury Police Commander Superintendent John Price said in a statement that such people are not needed in New Zealand. There is no place for those who think like this. This is not going to be tolerated. However, the police have not revealed the person's name. Police arrested him under a search warrant at an address in Christchurch. Price further stated that the person is charged in an unrelated case. Which has not been disclosed. Explain that the police was still gathering evidence on the threat of the mosque. He said police also increased patrolling around Al Noor and Linwood mosques.

Price said that protecting the community is our priority. Price praised those who reported threatening photos and warned against sharing it online.

read this also: Rumors about Coronavirus heating up market, stay away from such confusion

1: Ayushi tyagi

Download 1 app and get job alerts, jokes, shayari, radio and other service with all news of news world