Celebrities Expressing Concerns Over India's Stressing Covid State
Pakistani celebrities are encouraging Indians to hold all the hopes.
The third wave of noble coronavirus turned out to be a deadly situation in India that made the health care facilities collapsed. The news covered the highest recorded deaths in a single day after a shortage of oxygen supplies in hospitals. Visuals came out where it could be seen the crematoriums piling up, people losing their lives due to lack of oxygen in cars, ambulances and even of the pavements of roads outside the hospital as they are crammed full. The sad state of India is going viral on the internet, and prayers are being sent from across the world. However, the Pakistani celebrities show their heartfelt concerns to the neighbouring country in the plight situation of the third covid-19 wave.
Celebrities From Pakistan Take Their Social Media To Spread Heartfelt Prayers Over The Distressing Situation In India :
During the surge of covid 19 in India, Pakistani celebrities reach out in the sense of solidarity with good wishes and hopes with prayers. Osman Khalid Butt, renowned actor and famous Twitter celebrity, expresses deep concerns, saying, " Gut-wrenching visuals from India – the Covid crisis is deepening. Sending prayers that the nation comes out of this. Please, everyone, mask up. Don't let the idea that we're vaccinated (or going to be soon) allow you to let your guard down. Observe all SOPs. Save lives."
Whereas, Mehwish Hayat took her Twitter and wrote, "I'm truly disturbed by the way covid 19 is affecting India. We Pakistanis pray that our neighbours pull through - we're here to offer whatever help is needed. I urge our own people to take heed & understand that this pandemic is not over. We have to follow SOP (s) #IndiaNeedsOxygen."
Indians Are Grateful For The Harmony From Neighbours :
Indeed, the worrying gestures and concerns for help set the differences apart when the politicians, humanitarians and celebrities are coming forward to arrange the aid for the neighbouring country. Currently, the hashtag #IndiaNeedsOxygen is going viral on Twitter and citizens are encouraged to pray. Whereas Indians are also thankful for the support.