Thanks for the big heart neighbor

Thanks for the big heart neighbor

India, which has been hit hard by the global epidemic of corona, is in a state of crisis with daily record cases being reported and hundreds of deaths being reported. Indian film stars are also appreciative of Pakistan’s sincerity and prayers.

Indian actress Swara Bhaskar has thanked the people of Pakistan for expressing solidarity in difficult times, especially cricketer Shoaib Akhtar.

On social networking site Twitter, Swara Bhaskar wrote: “Despite the constant ridicule of Pakistanis and misinformation spread on our media and mainstream, solidarity and sympathy from Pakistani civil society and social media in this devastating time. I’m glad to see you. ”

The actress openly praised Pakistanis and wrote “Thank you neighbor for a big heart”.

Earlier, Shoaib Akhtar in his video on Twitter urged the Pakistani government and fans to help India in this difficult situation and said that India needs global cooperation, it is an epidemic and we are all in it together. ۔ The cricketer said that people on both sides of the border should support each other.

On Shoaib’s tweet, Swara thanked him and wrote, “Thank you very much Shoaib Akhtarji for your kind words and human passion.”

The expression of solidarity on the part of Pakistan also compelled the actress Kangana Ranaut, who has always made anti-Pakistan statements, to be praised.

Kangana wrote in her tweet, “Nice to see the top trend of Pakistan Stand by India, we also appreciate the sympathy in this difficult time.”

Apart from Shoaib Akhtar, Mahesh Hayat, Usman Khalid Butt, Momina Mustahasan, Fatima Bhutto and others also expressed solidarity with India.

Chairman Edhi Foundation Faisal Edhi has also offered help in a letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Faisal Edhi had offered Modi to send 50 ambulances and a team of volunteers to India and said that he was ready to lead the team himself. ۔

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has also expressed solidarity and formally offered assistance to India.

As of Sunday evening, April 25, India had become one of the most affected countries by the Corona with about 17 million cases and 1,92,311 deaths.


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