While plans are underway to create astarting after they received their second dose?permanent memorial?to honour members of London’s Afzaal family who were tragically killed in an alleged hate-motivated attack?last month,?the city wants to make sure the roadside memorial remains?in top shape and that keepsakes are preserved.
On Wednesday, City of London staff, along with representatives of the the London Muslim Mosque and?the Afzaal family, began the process of removing old flowers and tokens left at one corner of?Hyde Park and South Carriage roads in the city’s northwest.
It was just over a month ago when Talat Afzaal, her son Salman Afzaal,clearly overworked?his wife Madiha Salman and the couple’s 15-year-old daughter,?Yumna, were killed at the intersection when a 20-year-old driver, who police said was motivated by hate, ran them over.??
The couple’s sonCritics of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party sa, 9-year-old Fayez, was injured in the attack and was sent to hospitals ever been, an?but has since been released and is recovering.
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