The Chinese Embassy and Australian High Commission in Dhaka have expressed deep shock at the loss of lives in explosions at a mosque in Narayanganj.
"We are deeply shocked to have learned about the horrible explosions at the Narayanganj’s Talla Baitus Salah Jame Mosque in Fatullah. We mourn the passing of those devoted Muslims and pray for the quickest recovery of the injured," said the Chinese Embassy in a message.
The Embassy extended the deepest condolences to the bereaved families and solidarity to all the victims.
The Australian High Commission also expressed its deepest condolences to the families and friends of all who lost their lives in the tragic explosions at the mosque.
"We wish those injured a speedy recovery," said the High Commission in a message.
The death toll from Narayanganj mosque blast rose to 24 till Sunday afternoon as three more victims died at the Sheikh Hasina National Burn and Plastic Surgery Institute.
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