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Quwwat-ul-Islam pupils send letters of solidarity to Forest Gate police station

PUBLISHED: 15:43 23 March 2017 | UPDATED: 16:03 23 March 2017

Flowers sent to Forest Gate police station (Pictures: @MPSNewham)

Flowers sent to Forest Gate police station (Pictures: @MPSNewham)

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Pupils at Quwwat-ul-Islam have written letters to officers at Forest Gate police station following yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.

One of the letters written by Quwwat-ul-Islam pupilsOne of the letters written by Quwwat-ul-Islam pupils

Youngsters at the girls’ school, in Chaucer Road, Forest Gate, also sent a bouquet of flowers to the police station, in Romford Road.

Three of the handwritten letters were posted by the police on social media.

One pupil wrote: “We are grateful to you police officers who have risked their lives for us” while another said: “We will remember all of you in our prayers”.

Tweeting their gratitude, officers wrote: “@MPSNewham are very humbled to receive such kind words and thoughts”.

One of the letters written by Quwwat-ul-Islam pupilsOne of the letters written by Quwwat-ul-Islam pupils

One of the letters written by Quwwat-ul-Islam pupilsOne of the letters written by Quwwat-ul-Islam pupils


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