A Pakistani man who tried to stop the terrorist Brenton Harrison Tarrant, who opened fire at Mosque in Christchurch New Zealand, has succumbed to wounds.

Sources said, a man identified as Rashid Naeem, who was injured in an attack was passed away last night. He was hailed from Abbottabad.

Rashid’s son, Talha Naeem, was also died in the Al Noor Mosque mass shooting.

However, 27-year-old Karachi born Areeb who is a lone child of their parents was among those four Pakistani citizens who were injured in the attack. Areeb, a chartered accountant goes there for companys work.

An elderly man from Hafizabad identified as Muhammad Ameen who goes there to met their child and grand-son was injured in the attack.

Seven Pakistani citizens were also reportedly missing after the terror attack.

According to the Pakistani Foreign Office, the search for those missing was ongoing.
“Identities of missing Pakistanis are being authenticated in consultation with local authorities,” The spokesperson added.

The missing persons included Zeeshan Raza and his parents, Haroon Mehmood, Sohail Shahid, Syed Arab Ahmed and Syed Jhandad Ali.

Atleast 50 people were died and several others were injured in the terrorist attack in Christchurch when a white supremacist terrorist opened fire on two Mosques.