Prime Minister Jacinda Arden attends prayer service in memory of Christchurch tragedy in New Zealand
A prayer service was held in New Zealand to commemorate the tragedy of Christchurch. Prime Minister Jacinda Arden made a special appearance. The names of the martyrs were read aloud along with the pictures, the participants observed a minute of silence.
The Kiwi government and people should not forget the victims of the Christ tragedy. March 15 marks the 2nd anniversary of this tragic event. A ceremony was held at Christchurch in this regard.
A minute’s silence was observed in memory of the victims
The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Jacinda Arden and the families of the martyrs.
Jacinda Arden said words do not heal the wounds of victims and their families, but they do have the power to heal. On March 15, 2019, two mosques in Christchurch were attacked by a white man. 51 worshipers were martyred and several others were injured in the attack.