Former national cricket team captain Waseem Akram and his wife Shaniera Akram have expressed happiness and satisfaction over the cleanliness of the sea view.
On social media sites, Waseem Akram and his wife repeatedly raised their voices in their video messages regarding the cleanliness of the beach, while Shaniera shared several messages in this regard and lamented the piles of dirt in Sea View and Karachi. After Shaniera drew attention to the dirt on the sea view, the administration took action and the beach was cleaned.
What did I just watch? https://t.co/t5ZmnWqRxQ— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) October 9, 2020
Shaniera Akram shared pictures of the clean beach on social networking site Twitter and wrote that she hopes that the beach will remain clean now. Shaniera shared a photo taken while cleaning the beach and wrote expressing surprise. What am I looking at? On the other hand, former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, Sultan Waseem Akram of Swing has expressed satisfaction over the cleanliness of Karachi Sea View.
Looks much better, just hope it stays that way! https://t.co/52ju4rUbMx— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) October 10, 2020
Waseem Akram posted a video of Sapna on the social networking site Instagram in which VC View is present and Shaniera is with him and the cleaning staff can also be seen in the video. Waseem Akran thanked the social media users in the video and said about the video uploaded by Waseem Akram on the social networking website Twitter last week that everyone shared our video through social media.
Waseem Akram said that it was the power of social media that the cleaning here had drawn attention to the filth on Sea View last week. It should be noted that Waseem Akram was disappointed to see the condition of Karachi Sea View. In a video message released on social media, he said that he made a big mistake by bringing his wife to Sea View on the first day of the week.
View this post on Instagram
He said in a video message released on social media that he made a big mistake by bringing his wife to Sea View on the first day of the week. While Shaniera in her message also expressed anger over the piles of dirt seen everywhere in Karachi and said that millions of people in Karachi are forced to live in garbage.
Shaniera Akram had said that our city is sick, our marine life is suffocating, our people are crying, our children are playing in the garbage and the world has nothing to do with us. He said that garbage is not only present on the beach but everywhere in the city. There are piles of garbage outside streets, schools, empty houses, offices, in front of houses and even on our only beach. Looks like we're swimming in a pile of rubbish.