Pakistan Stands with Turkey and Syria Affectes!

Many people in the government of Pakistan, including Shahbaz Shareef and Dr. Arif Alvi, as well as famous Pakistani celebrities, including Ali Rehman Khan and Saba Qamar Stand with Turkey and Syria and posted messages of support for the victims on social media.

Pakistan stands with Turkey and Syria
Pakistan stands with Turkey and Syria

A major earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 struck central Turkey and northwest Syria, causing buildings to collapse and prompting searches for survivors among the rubble. More than 500 people were killed and thousands were injured. In this devastating situation, Pakistan Stands with Turkey and Syria.

The government and people of Pakistan, a brotherly country, are with Turkey in this time of need, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said, expressing condolences to the families of those killed in the earthquake in Turkey. He continued, “will help in every possible way.”

Similarly, Pakistan’s President Dr. Arif Alvi has expressed his sorrow for the lives lost in the earthquake in Turkey and Syria, saying that the country’s people and he personally send their condolences to the people of Turkey and Syria in their time of need.

Many Pakistani artists supported the victims and represented their condolences on Twitter.

Salman Ahmed, the guitarist for the band Junoon, penned, “Sincerest Sympathy to the people of Turkey and Syria. How tragic that lives were lost and the property was destroyed. Author Saba Qamar wrote: “The people of Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon are in your prayers. God have mercy on us all.”

Adnan Siddiqui tweeted, “Our heart goes out to the beautiful country of Turkey and all those affected by the devastating earthquake.”

Ali Rehman Khan wrote on Twitter, “My heart goes out to the people of Turkey, Syria, and Lebanon.”

Pakistan stands with Turkey and Syria in all possible situations. The artists are lined up with this support.

Fakhre Alam shared, “Deeply saddened to hear about the massive earthquake in Turkiye. It was 7.1 in magnitude and many buildings collapsed. This is catastrophic.”

Actors Aiman Khan and Azfar Rehman also shared Instagram Stories sending their condolences to the victims of the tragedy.

The Turkish disaster agency reported 76 deaths and 440 injuries, prompting the deployment of rescue and supply aircraft and the declaration of a “level 4 alarm,” which necessitates the involvement of foreign aid organizations.


Written by Shaheer Ahmed


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