New Zealand mosque shooting updates: Imran Khan blames Christchurch attacks on 'post-9/11 Islamophobia'

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New Zealand mosque shooting updates: Imran Khan blames Christchurch attacks on 'post-9/11 Islamophobia'
  • 15:27 (IST)

    NZ police evacuate a house in Dunedin

    Police have swarmed into a property on Somerville Street in the city of Dunedin in response to a situation having arisen in relation to the attacks in Christchurch. 

    Surrounding houses, along with the property in question, have been evacuated.

  • 14:47 (IST)

    Imran Khan blames attacks on 'Islamophobia post-9/11'

    Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan also "strongly condemned" the attack by White supremacists at Christchurch that killed 49 people in two mosques. He said he blamed these terror attacks on the "current Islamophobia post-9/11" were the entire Muslim population has been blamed for the actions of a few.

    "This reaffirms what we have always maintained: that terrorism does not have a religion. Prayers go to the victims and their families," he tweeted. 

  • 14:35 (IST)

    NZ's security threat lifted to high

    New Zealand's national security threat level has undergone an enormous shift in the light of the surprise terrorist shooting attack and has been lifted from low to high.

  • 14:31 (IST)

    Rare instance of gun violence in NZ

    The events that took place on Friday have shocked a nation where gun violence is relatively rare, reported Bloomberg.

    Even Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand’s national security threat level has been raised to high from low.

  • 14:21 (IST)

    Trump tweets link to website

    United States president Donald Trump, who the alleged shooter has named in his manifesto as someone he deeply admires, has responded in an odd fashion to the tragedy which left 49 people dead.

    The US president only tweeted a link to the rightwing news website Breitbart, the founder of which, Steve Bannon, was his media adviser for a while.

    As Twitterati noted, Trump did not even write a single line of condolence.

  • 14:18 (IST)

    New Zealand police sets up Restoring Family Links website 

    The New Zealand Police, fresh off its challenge in dealing with two mass shootings has published a slew of tweets ensuring that families grappling with the aftermath of the attacks have minimal struggle while searching for their loved ones.

  • 14:09 (IST)

    Australian PM calls suspect "violent, right-wing, extremist terrorist"

    As the Australian identity of the man considered to be the main suspect, Brenton Tarrant, emerges, the Australian PM has been among those who have issued a call to maintain peace. He has called Tarrant "a violent, right-wing, extremist terrorist".

    Morrison, who had earlier said Australia was a country of all faiths, also criticised the rightwing Senator Fraser Anning who had blamed the New Zealand attack on immigraton.

  • 14:05 (IST)

    Bangladesh cricketers crouched down in team bus

    Bangladesh cricket team manager Khaled Mashud Pilot spoke to the media following the shootings Christchurch. The Bangladeshi team managed to narrowly escape a shooting.

    "None of us had ever imagined that such a thing would happened. We are very lucky to have escaped. There were quite a few of us in the bus, around 16 or 17, who had gone for namaz. Only two players were in the hotel, the rest of us had gone there. We had almost reached, we could see the mosque. We were fewer than 50 metres away. Had we reached 3 to 4 minutes earlier, then we would have been inside the mosque. We are very lucky to have escaped, we could see it all happen outside the mosque, just as you watch a movie. We were in the bus for eight to ten minutes. We had crouched down to escape any possible firing," he is heard saying.

  • 13:57 (IST)

    41 lost lives at Deans Avenue Mosque

    "At the Deans Avenue mosque, we now know that 41 people have lost their lives. And at the Linwood mosque, 7 have lost their lives. Of the 40 people who have been treated at Christchurch Hospital, one has now passed. So the total number of people who have died in this horrendous event are 49," said the Police Commissioner, in his briefing.

  • 13:56 (IST)

    Australian police probe Tarrant

    The New South Wales counter-terrorism police are investigating the background of Brenton Tarrant, a former student at Grafton High, who is believed to be the man in his late 20s who carried out at least once of the two mass shootings at Christchurch, reports say.

  • 13:54 (IST)

    Accused to appear in court on Saturday

    In his statement, the NZ Police Commissioner Bush said the man in his late 20s (who is believed widely to be the Brenton Tarrant, who uploaded the live stream and his manifesto) will appear in the Christchurch Court on Saturday morning. 

    "Three other people were apprehended. We believe one of those persons who was armed and was at the scene may have had nothing to do with this incident, and the two other people that have been apprehended, again in possession of firearms in the general environment, we are working through to understand what their involvement is," he was quoted by The Guardian as having said.

    Police have recovered a number of firearms from both of the scenes, Linwood Avenue and Deans Avenue, he added.

  • 13:46 (IST)

    Two others still being investigated: Bush

    One of those arrested may have had nothing to do with the attack, New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said.

    The two other people arrested in possession of firearms are still being investigated, he added.

    Bush did not name the suspected attacker.  

  • 13:41 (IST)

    Man in late twenties charged with murder, 49 killed

    A man, in his late 20s, has been charged with murder, say reports. Two others are in custody for possession of firearms. 

    NZ Police Commissioner Mike Bush says 49 people have been killed in Christchurch mosque attacks.

  • 13:39 (IST)

    Theresa May offers condolences

    United Kingdom prime minister Theresa May offered her "deepest condolences" to the people of New Zealand in the aftermath of the shootings in Christchurch that killed 40 people.

  • 13:34 (IST)

    Senator blames Muslim immigration, faces flak

    In the aftermath of two shootings which killed 40 people in two Christchurch mosques, an Australian senator, Fraser Anning, has come in the face of criticism after saying that the attacks pointed to the "fear" in the city over Muslim presence. Anning released a full statement exploring his opinions on the social trends which led to this attack, ostensibly blaming Muslim people for the attack.

    He also tweeted on the issue, while police were dealing with an active situation, asking, "Does anyone still dispute the link between Muslim immigration and violence?"

    He claimed that the real reason behind the violence perpetrated on people in Christchurch was due to New Zealand's immigration policy. 

  • 13:26 (IST)

    48 patients injured, says Christchurch Hospital

    "Forty-eight patients, ranging from young children to adults with gunshot wounds are being treated at Christchurch Hospital. Injuries range from critical to minor.  Additional patients with gunshot wounds were presented to other health facilities in the community," a statement by the hospital reads.

    "Twelve operating theatres are currently in use and due to the nature of some of the injuries, many people will need multiple surgeries.

    Around 200 family members are on site awaiting news of their loved ones. Together with police we are providing support to these people," the Hospital noted.

  • 13:12 (IST)

    Britomart was false alarm, says police

    Police confirm incident outside Britomart train station in Auckland was a false alarm, reported BNO News.

    A controlled explosion was carried out on 2 bags. It contained scaffolding equipment.

  • 12:55 (IST)

    Britomart station closed 

    The official handle of Auckland Transport has confirmed that the Britomart Station and its surrounding areas are all closed, leading to a temporary pause in train and bus services.

    This is being assumed to be because of the presence of unclaimed backpacks in the station. The bags contained explosives which were detonated by police in a controlled manner.

  • 12:44 (IST)

    Australia to fly flags at half mast

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that he will request all institutions to fly the Australian flag at half mast out of "respect and condolence" for those who were killed in New Zealand. 

    New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern had said in her press conference that she has received word from Morrison. 

  • 12:38 (IST)

    Auckland explosions were 'controlled' detonations, say reports

    The explosions heard at Auckland's Britomart Station have been confirmed as controlled detonations, reported NZ Herald.

  • 12:28 (IST)

    Britomart station blocked off to motorists, say report

    A police spokesman confirmed to NZ Herald that armed police were at the Britomart Train Station site, where backpacks was found unattended.

    The train station has been blocked off to motorists, the news outlet reported.

  • 12:25 (IST)

    Explosion heard at Auckland's Britomart

    An explosion was heard at Auckland's Britomart, barely moments after New Zealand prime minsiter Jacinda Ardern had finished briefing the media on the security situation in the aftermath of the Christchurch shootings.

    New Zealand Herald has reported that armed police are stationed at Auckland's Britomart Train Station. A section of Galway Street in the city has been cordoned off around two backpacks left unattended.

  • 12:15 (IST)

    Act not an expression of who we are as a nation: PM

    "This act is not an expression of who we are as a nation. Of course it will take time to heal. Our thoughts and our prayers are with those who were affected. We will try to retain our identity as a nation," the PM said.

    Tonight is about ensuring the security of the attackers, Ardern added. 

  • 12:11 (IST)

    Likely that all offenders had same ideology: New Zealand PM

    "One of the offenders had publicised their ideology. We have no reason to assume that the others who have been arrested were of any other ideology," said PM Jacinda Ardern, while addressing a press conference in the aftermath of the attack.

    Two of the suspects' cars were fitted with explosives, she said. The cars have been stripped off them, Ardern added.

  • 12:08 (IST)

    Three individuals have been arrested: says Ardern

    Ardern assures that the main gunman has been arrested. She adds that there have been three individuals apprehended. Police Commissioner Mike Bush had earlier said there were four people who were taken into custody.

    "Members of the public can see the footage of brothers, fathers, sons being brought into hospitals,"  added Ardern. 

  • 12:03 (IST)

    Arrested were not on any watchlists: PM

    Those arrested were not on Intelligence agency watchlists, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has confirmed.

  • 12:00 (IST)

    New Zealand PM confirms 40 people have died. 

    New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed that 40 people have died in the two shootings.

  • 11:59 (IST)

    No information on death toll yet

    While police have said that a "significant'' number of people have been killed in the two shootings at Christchurch mosques, there is no information on what the exact number is. 

    Local media has pegged the number of people dead between nine and 27.

  • 11:53 (IST)

    Australia stands with New Zealand, says PM

    Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrisson registered his shock and sadness at the shootings.

    "I condemn the violent, extremist, right-wing terrorist attack that has stolen the lives of so many innocent New Zealanders as they went about their peaceful practice of worship at their mosques in Christchurch today," he wrote on Twitter.

    Australians stand with all New Zealanders, he added.

  • 11:44 (IST)

    YouTube star named by gunman says he is 'sickened'

    Swedish YouTube star Felix Kjellberg, popularly known as PewDiePie, has reacted to the fact that the alleged shooter Brenton Tarrant asked the viewers of his Facebook livestream to follow him, before going out on the rampage. 

    "I feel absolutely sickened having my name uttered by this person," he wrote.

  • 11:41 (IST)

    Malaysian national hurt

    Malaysian journalist Sumisha Naidu noted on Twitter that a Malaysian has been injured in the Christchurch mosque shootings, according to the country's High Commission in New Zealand.

  • 11:25 (IST)

    Police urge caution, refuse to discuss shooter, possible motivations

    "At this stage we will not be discussing the offenders’ possible motivations or the causes of this incident,"tweeted New Zealand Police.

    Police have asked all mosques nationally to shut their doors, and advised people to refrain from visiting the places of worship. 

  • 11:22 (IST)

    Shooter spoke to himself throughout, says report

    A New York Times report describes what the live stream of the shooter showed. The videos have been taken off most social media platforms now:

    "Shortly before the shooting, someone appearing to be the gunman publicly posted links to a manifesto on Twitter and 8chan, an online forum. The 8chan post included a link to what appeared to be the gunman’s Facebook page, where he said he would soon broadcast live video of the attack.

    The 17-minute video, which appeared to be recorded on a helmet camera, shows his drive to the mosque, followed by a harrowing nearly two minutes of his firing on the worshipers in one of the mosques before fleeing the building and running back to his car and swapping weapons.

    He then is seen re-entering the mosque and again begins shooting, continuing to methodically move through the mosque. Several victims can be seen in the footage, many lying on top of one another motionless in a corner of the room.

    After another few minutes, he leaves again, gets in his vehicle and drives away, talking to himself throughout."

  • 11:16 (IST)

    Tarrant has family in Australia, say reports

    Emma Partridge, a senior reporter of 9 News Sydney has revealed that the gunman allegedly involved in the New Zealand shooting is indeed 'Brenton Tarrant'.

    Partridge wrote that Tarrant has family in Grafton of New South Wales. He is believed to have been living in New Zealand for the past three years.

  • 11:07 (IST)

    Flights affected at Christchurch Airport 

    The Christchurch Airport, which until now had been noting that operations have been going on as normal, wrote on Twitter that is "still open". 

    However, some flights have been affected. "Aviation Security has increased its presence in the terminal as a precaution. We‘re caring for a number of people who are staying in the terminal while the advice from police is to stay indoors," it noted.

  • 11:05 (IST)

    Gunman wished to show invaders 'our land will never be their land'

    The gunman, Brenton Tarrant, wrote in his manifesto that he carried out the attack to “directly reduce immigration rates to European lands”, noted news.com.au.

    Quoting from this 73-page manifesto, the news portal said Tarrant has described his reasons for the attack as to “show the invaders that our lands will never be their lands, our homelands are our own and that, as long as a white man still lives, they will NEVER conquer our lands and they will never replace our people”. The emphasis on "never" is Tarrant's own.

  • 10:56 (IST)

    Gunman idolised Donald Trump, Candace Owens

    The gunman was an ardent supporter of US president Donald Trump and wrote about him in his manifesto. He also mentions his unquestioning loyalty to black Republican Candace Owens.

  • 10:51 (IST)

    YouTube, Facebook, Reddit delete videos, photographs uploaded by shooter

    BuzzFeed News reporter Ryan Mac has noted how various social media sites flagged or removed the shooter's live stream in varying degrees of haste. 

    He posted excerpts from both YouTube and Facebook's statements on the fact that these mediums were used by the shooter.

    A Reddit spokesperson told Mac that they have been actively taking down all links associated with the video "as they become aware of them" because they violate its policy around glorifying violence.

  • 10:41 (IST)

    Shooter most likely to be 28-year-old white man

    As is now known by now, the suspect, who identified himself on Twitter as ‘Brenton Tarrant’ from Australia, had livestreamed his deadly attack on Facebook.

    In a news.com.au report, the 73-page manifesto which Tarrant posted online is quoted. Tarrant, a 28-year-old has described himself as “just a regular White man”.

    He said he was born “to a working class, low-income family … who decided to take a stand to ensure a future for my people”.

  • 10:30 (IST)

    Lockdown on schools lifted

    "Police can now confirm the lock down of schools throughout Christchurch has been lifted," NZ police has tweeted.

    "We would like to reassure members of the public that there is a large Police presence in the city and the safety of the community is our priority," it added.

  • 10:27 (IST)

    NZ cops aim to saturate area with forces

    In his press conference where he announced that four have been taken into custody, New Zealand police commissioner Mike Bush said police are now seeking to "saturate" the city area to ensure that schools and other institutions can come out of lockdown.

    "We will ensure that everyone who needs to go home can go home," he said.

  • 10:24 (IST)

    Awfully, awfully sad day: NZ deputy PM tweets

    Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand, Winston Peters, tweeted that this was an "awfully, awfully, sad day for New Zealand." 

    He added that there are lessons from the day which "we can call learn."

  • 10:16 (IST)

    4 in custody over mosque shootings: NZ Police 

    New Zealand police, reported CNN, has said that four people (three men and one woman) are in custody over the Christchurch mosque shootings, but they "cannot presume that the danger is gone."

  • 10:15 (IST)

    Photos of mosque emerge

    Twitter user Mustafa Hamdani has uploaded an image of the outside of the Masjid al Noor mosque in central Christchurch where the attack took place. 

    The gunman entered this mosque first and began shooting with an automatic weapon, leading to what police has called "multiple fatalities".

  • 10:09 (IST)

    Death toll up to 27: Unconfirmed reports

    Australian channel Nine News Melbourne has reported that there may be as many as 27 deaths in the twin mosque firings in Christchurch. AFP had reported local media as having quoted nine deaths.

  • 10:07 (IST)

    New Zealand cricket team tweets out condolences

    "Our heartfelt condolences go out to the families and friends of those affected by the shocking situation in Christchurch," the team wrote through its official Twitter handle.

    Both the Bangladeshi and Kiwi teams and support staff groups are safe, it assured. The third Test between the two countries has been cancelled.

  • 10:02 (IST)

    Photos of suspect's weapon shared on social media

    Strategic affairs analyst Divya Kumar Soti tweeted a photo of the weapon used in at least one of the mosque shootings. 

    "In this picture, you can see "Gaston IV of Bearn" written over Christchurch shooter's weaponry. Gaston was viscount of Bearn was also known as "the Crusader" and fought in Reconquista of Spain and seige of Antioch against Turk muslims during the First Crusade," he wrote.

  • 10:00 (IST)

    World watches in shock as Christchurch massacre unfolds

    People from all walks of life note sadness and disbelief as reports of multiple shootings in the New Zealand city of Christchurch trickle in.

  • 09:54 (IST)

    All mosques to shut their doors: NZ Police

    New Zealand police have warned all mosques countrywide to shut their doors after active shooters opened fire in two mosques in Christchurch city centre, reported CNN.

    Witness Mohammed Nazir told TVNZ that he "heard the big sound, the gun" at about 1.45 p.m.

    "The second shot, I run, lots of people were sitting on the floor," he said. "The gun was (at the) front door, I run behind the mosque and I was sitting behind... and I called the police."

    According to TVNZ, Nazir saw multiple deaths and injuries, including three women on the ground outside the mosque.

    Canterbury Police NZ tweeted: "We have a critical incident in Deans Ave Christchurch. Please avoid the area. We will give more in the near future."

  • 09:53 (IST)

    Mosque was 'filled with worshippers' when attack happened

    The mosques were packed with worshippers gathering for Friday afternoon prayers, and members of the Bangladesh cricket team were arriving when the shooter opened fire, AFP has reported. 

    The Masjid al Noor in central Christchurch was filled with worshippers, when the attack happened, as was a second mosque in suburban Linwood.

    A Palestinian man in the mosque, who did not want to give his name, said he saw a man shot in the head.

    "I heard three quick shots then after about 10 seconds it started again it must have been an automatic no one could pull a trigger that quick," he told AFP.

Christchurch New Zealand Mosque Shooting LATEST updates: Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan "strongly condemned" the attack by White supremacists at Christchurch that killed 49 people in two mosques. He said he blamed these terror attacks on the "current Islamophobia post-9/11" were the entire Muslim population has been blamed for the actions of a few.

New Zealand's national security threat level has undergone an enormous shift in the light of the surprise terrorist shooting attack and has been lifted from low to high. Police Commissioner Mike Bush said as many as 1,000 police personnel are deployed in and around Christchurch.

United States president Donald Trump, who the alleged shooter has named in his manifesto as someone he deeply admires, has responded in an odd fashion to the tragedy which left 49 people dead. The US president only tweeted a link to the rightwing news website Breitbart, the founder of which, Steve Bannon, was his media adviser for a while. As Twitterati noted, Trump did not even write a single line of condolence.

As the Australian identity of the man considered to be the main suspect, Brenton Tarrant, emerges, the Australian PM has been among those who have issued a call to maintain peace. He has called Tarrant "a violent, right-wing, extremist terrorist".

Morrison, who had earlier said Australia was a country of all faiths, also criticised the rightwing Senator Fraser Anning who had blamed the New Zealand attack on immigraton.

A man, believed to be in his late twenties, has been charged with murder, say reports. Two others are in custody for possession of firearms. New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush said a revised total of 49 people have been killed in the Christchurch mosque attacks.

Forty-eight patients, ranging from young children to adults with gunshot wounds are being treated at Christchurch Hospital, the hospital said in a statement. Twelve operating theatres are currently in use and due to the nature of some of the injuries, many people will need multiple surgeries, the hospital said.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that he will request all institutions to fly the Australian flag at half mast out of "respect and condolence" for those who were killed in New Zealand. New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern had said in her press conference that she has received word from Morrison.

The explosions heard at Auckland's Britomart Station have been confirmed as controlled detonations. Fresh explosions were heard there, barely moments after New Zealand prime minisiter Jacinda Ardern had finished briefing the media on the security situation in the aftermath of the Christchurch shootings.

New Zealand Herald has reported that armed police are stationed at Auckland's Britomart Train Station. A section of Galway Street in the city has been cordoned off around two backpacks left unattended.

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has assured that the main gunman has been arrested. She added that three individuals had been apprehended. Police Commissioner Mike Bush had earlier said there were four people who were taken into custody.

She has confirmed that 40 people have died in the two shootings.

Police have said that a "significant'' number of people have been killed in the two shootings at Christchurch mosques. However, they have not confirmed the precise number. Local media has pegged the number of people dead between nine and 27.

Thanking people for their continued support, New Zealand Police tweeted that at this stage it will not be discussing the offenders' possible motivations or the causes of behind the incident. The cops reiterated their demand for all mosques nationally to shut their doors, and advised people to refrain from visiting the places of worship.

The gunman, Brenton Tarrant, wrote in his manifesto that he carried out the attack to “directly reduce immigration rates to European lands”, noted news.com.au.

Quoting from this manifesto, the news portal said Tarrant has described his reasons for the attack as to “show the invaders that our lands will never be their lands, our homelands are our own and that, as long as a white man still lives, they will NEVER conquer our lands and they will never replace our people”. The emphasis on "never" is Tarrant's own.

The gunman was an ardent supporter of US president Donald Trump and wrote about him in his manifesto. He also mentions his unquestioning loyalty to black Republican Candace Owens.

The suspect, who identified himself on Twitter as ‘Brenton Tarrant’ from Australia, had livestreamed his deadly attack on Facebook. In a news.com.au report, the 73-page manifesto which Tarrant posted online is quoted. Tarrant, a 28-year-old has described himself as “just a regular White man”.

He said he was born “to a working class, low-income family … who decided to take a stand to ensure a future for my people”.

New Zealand police, reported CNN, has said that four people, including three men and one woman, are in custody over the Christchurch mosque shootings, but they "cannot presume that the danger is gone."

Australian channel Nine News Melbourne has reported that there may be as many as 27 deaths in the twin mosque firings in Christchurch. AFP had reported local media as having quoted nine deaths. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has called it New Zealand's "darkest day".

New Zealand police have warned all mosques countrywide to shut their doors after active shooters opened fire in two mosques in Christchurch city centre.

Local media told AFP that at least nine people were dead and the South Island city was placed in lockdown as police hunted for an "active shooter."

"Police are aware there is extremely distressing footage relating to the incident in Christchurch circulating online. We would strongly urge that the link not be shared. We are working to have any footage removed," the New Zealand police tweeted.

TVNZ quoted the police as having confirmed that there have been multiple fatalities, and that there still is an active shooter scenario playing out.

One person is in custody and there have been people killed in two mosques, one on Deans Ave and one in Linwood.

Scared hostage reports shooter held outside Papanui. Twitter has suspended an account purportedly used by New Zealand mass shooting suspect, a journalist has reported. Facebook too has suspended the account that was used to live stream the massacre.

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern condemned the incident and said, "This is one of New Zealand's darkest days. It was an unprecedented act of violence. Police has apprehended a person, but I don't have further details of him yet," she added.

Six people have been reported dead, New Zealand local media reported and they also reported of a second shooting at another mosque in Christchurch itself. Bangladesh's cricket team escaped unscathed after a shooting at a mosque in central Christchurch, an official told AFP on Friday.

Bangladesh Cricket Board spokesman Jalal Yunus said most of the team were bussed to the mosque and were about to go inside when the incident happened.

Armed police in New Zealand swarmed central Christchurch Friday amid a shooting at a mosque in the South Island city.

"A serious and evolving situation is occurring in Christchurch with an active shooter," police said in a statement.

"Police are responding with its full capability to manage the situation, but the risk environment remains extremely high."

Local media said there were multiple casualties at one mosque and said another had been evacuated, and there were reports that members of the Bangladesh cricket team were also present at one site.

Police commissioner Mike Bush said all schools in the city had been placed in lockdown in response to "a serious ongoing firearms incident".

"Police urge anyone in central Christchurch to stay off the streets and report any suspicious behaviour," he said in a statement.

An eyewitness told Radio New Zealand he heard shots fired and four people were lying on the ground, with "blood everywhere".

ESPN Cricinfo reporter Mohammed Isam said members of the Bangladesh cricket team, who are due to play a Test match in Christchurch tomorrow escaped from the mosque.

"They ran back through Hagley Park back to the Oval," he tweeted.

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Updated Date: Mar 15, 2019 15:27:53 IST

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