A senior New Zealand minister was attacked on Thursday by a person who was criticized by the country's prime minister, Jasminda Ardern. The leader of the Green Party, James Shaw was heading towards Parliament House. Then a person punched his face, which was termed as an attack by his office without any provocation. Although Shaw's office denied having any political aspect behind the attack, Trade Minister David Parker told reporters that the attacker was saying "some things about the United Nations were allegedly screaming." Shaw has not suffered serious injuries, But one of them has become a dark circle near the eye. His office said that Shaw came to Parliament with the help of two people and after joining the meeting, he went to hospital for precautionary inquiry.
Police said that the 47-year-old man has been arrested. She will be present in court on Friday. Criticizing the incident, Prime Minister Jasidan Airdon said, "There is such an atmosphere in New Zealand that everyone has access to politicians and we are proud of this. In New Zealand, we can not think of such an incident. "Wellington Mayor Justin Lester said," After all, we are here to serve people, but today's incident can not be taken lightly. This is abusive behavior and if such a Wellington resident has done it, then it is even more shameful.