Coronavirus: Swara Bhaskar thanks Pakistanis for expressing solidarity with India

Coronavirus: Swara Bhaskar thanks Pakistanis for expressing solidarity with India

India is currently in a severe crisis due to a lack of oxygen with a record increase in daily cases and deaths from coronavirus. After 349,691 cases of coronavirus were reported in India on April 25, the total number of cases has crossed 16.9 million while the number of deaths has risen to 192,311.

Pakistani Twitter users have expressed concern over the situation in the neighboring country after images of oxygen shortages went viral, with a record rise in daily cases and deaths from the coronavirus in India. Pakistani Twitter users had urged Prime Minister Imran Khan to send humanitarian aid to India.

Several trends also emerged in this regard, including the hashtags 'IndiaNeedsOxygen' and 'PakistanStandsWithIndia'. Later on April 23, Faisal Edhi, son of well-known social leader Abdul Sattar Edhi and chairman of the Edhi Foundation, wrote a letter to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressing concern over the crisis in Corona and offering help. He offered to send 50 ambulances and a team of volunteers to India, saying he was ready to lead a team of volunteers.

On the other hand, Pakistan had yesterday formally offered assistance in solidarity with neighboring India, which is facing a severe crisis due to the coronavirus. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had said in his message on the social networking website Twitter that Pakistan formally offers assistance in solidarity with the people of India during the current epidemic of Code-19.

Actress Kangana Ranaut also expressed happiness over the expression of solidarity and sympathy during the health crisis. And now another Bollywood actress, Swara Bhaskar, has thanked the people of Pakistan for showing solidarity in this difficult time.

In a tweet on social networking site Twitter, Swara Bhaskar said, "It was a pleasure to see the solidarity and sympathy shown by India with Pakistani civil society and social media during this devastating time." "Despite the fact that Pakistanis are constantly ridiculed and misinformed about in our media and mainstream," Bhaskar said. "Thank you neighbor for your big heart," he added in his tweet.

Earlier, Swara Bhaskar had thanked Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Akhtar for expressing concern for India. He said, "We, Shoaib Akhtar, are very grateful for your sympathy and the human spirit." In his video, Shoaib Akhtar called on the Pakistani government and fans to help India deal with the second wave of Corona.



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