Hazrat Wali: 18-Year-Old Afghan Refugee Stabbed To Death In London In Front Of Schoolchildren

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

14 Oct 2021

A teenager stabbed to death in front of schoolchildren playing rugby in Twickenham, London has been confirmed as Afghan refugee Harzat Wali.

The 18-year-old who attended Richmond College student was fatally injured with witnesses saying he staggered onto a playing field where local school children were playing rugby. at around 4.45pm yesterday.

A teacher from Wali’s school reportedly ran over to give the teenager CPR in a desperate attempt to try to save his life but Wali later died in hospital.

A family member who lives in Stanmore, Harrow, told the Evening Standard: “Hazrat was a very good boy. He came here to study, he was living all on his own in London. طريقة الربح في الروليت His immediate family are all back in Afghanistan. تعلم لعب البوكر I saw him in hospital. He had a fight is all that I’ve heard.”

Wali, had only been in the UK for two years before his passing. The college let students choose whether to go in for lessons or stay at home today in the wake of the attack and said it would be offering counselling to both pupils and staff.

Close friend Sahil Kochay said: “He was a very good person. قواعد لعبة بوكر Very caring and loved everyone. I wish I knew why someone would hurt him. He wasn’t the kind of guy to fight.”

Police called on eyewitnesses to speak to them rather than share videos of the scene on social media.

Detective chief inspector Vicky Tunstall said: “Some of those people are believed to have filmed events as they unfolded; I ask that any videos are not shared via social media to avoid causing the young man’s family any more distress at this already incredibly difficult time for them,”

“Instead, please go to the police immediately. A number of people have spoken to us, but we need to hear from anyone who has information that could help.”