New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed to frighten counter-terrorism laws this month.
Her statement comes a day after an Isis-inspired militant stabbed seven people in a supermarket in Auckland. Ardern said that attacker was charged with possession of objectionable material and weapons in 2021. She said culprit was being monitored constantly after his release.
But could not be kept in prison by law any longer. Ardern said that three of the seven wounded people are in critical condition. Earlier supermarket group countdown where the incident took place. Said that it has removed knives and scissors from its shells.