The Hashtag ‘Pakistan is aligned with India’ because the threat of COVID is threatening to overtake the world’s second most populous country.
Hashtag #PakistanstandswithIndia has been making headlines on Pakistan in the past two days as Pakistanis show solidarity with India’s most vulnerable neighbors. COVID-19 explosion.
Prominent people, human rights activists, government officials and Pakistani citizens sent messages of goodwill to the Indians and offered prayers.
The number of daily illnesses and deaths on the second day of the world has reached a record in recent days as the Indian government faces air shortages and a shortage of beds across the country including the capital New Delhi.
People have no religion! To all my beautiful Indian people, we are with you in these trying times! #PakistanstandswithIndia
– Dananeer Mobeen 🌻 (@DananeerM) April 24, 2021
The hashtag #PakistanstandswithIndia represents the best part of Pakistan. We must choose unity and empathy for others rather than hatred and hatred. Only peace and unity in our community can help us prepare for the upcoming and upcoming disasters.
– Ammar Ali Jan (@maralijan) April 23, 2021
For three consecutive days, India has recorded the newest cases in the world, with more than 349,000 cases reported on Sunday.
India has confirmed more than 16.9 million cases to date and more than 192,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan described the “agreement with the Indian people” in a tweet on Saturday.
“We pray for the speedy recovery of all those affected by the epidemic in our area and around the world. We have to deal with a global crisis that is affecting more and more people, ”he said.
I want to explain our solidarity with the people of India as they fight the deadly war of COVID-19. Our prayers for urgent healing have gone to all those affected by the plague in our area and around the world. We must tackle the global problem of globalization
– Imran Khan (mImranKhanPTI) April 24, 2021
Shoaib Akhtar, a former Pakistani cricketer, said his prayers were with the people of India and said “we are all in it.” He also expressed hope that the Indian government would “address the crisis.”
– Shoaib Akhtar (@ swaib100mph) April 23, 2021
Indian climate writer and naturalist Licypriya Kangujam told Al Jazeera: “I appreciate the good work that the Pakistani people have done for the people of India during this difficult time in the country.
“We can be divided by the border but we breathe the same air.”
Pakistan provides supplies
The Foreign Ministry in Pakistan has volunteered to send medical aid to India on Saturday.
“As a sign of cooperation with the Indian people in compliance with the COVID-19 policy, Pakistan is committed to providing assistance to India including ventilators, BiPAP, digital X-ray machines, PPE and other facilities,” Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi sent words on a tweet.
“We believe in the ideals of the people.”
In a letter on Friday to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pakistan’s top diplomat Foundations of Edhi Faisal Edhi has promised to send 50 ambulances to India.
The Edhi Foundation manages hospitals and orphanages in Pakistan and oversees ambulances in some of Pakistan’s most populous cities.
India and Pakistan have fought three wars in the last 70 years since they gained independence from British rule in 1947, relations often between the two neighbors.
In February 2019, India invaded Pakistan, with the latter responding to their flights.
Relations between the two deteriorated in August 2019 when the Modi-led government seized control of the disputed Kashmir region. limited autonomy.
India and Pakistan say Kashmir completely.