Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, world life has come to a standstill. The number of people who lost their lives in this infection is increasing daily.
The number of its patients is also increasing day by day. Celebrities from all walks of life are advising the public to avoid its infection.
It also includes sports personalities. Shoaib Akhtar, former fast bowler of the Pakistan cricket team. He has shared the video on social media (YouTube). He has shown ways to prevent the disease.
At the same time, the government has also been asked to cooperate. Apart from this, they have also started fiercely collecting food and drink for fear of this disease.
Akhtar said in the video, “There is a lot of trouble people who are going to the mall and storing goods.” Also think of a laborer in our country, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, and third world countries. The laborer earns a day and earns money to feed his children. ‘
Shoaib said, ‘My request to you is pleasing to fill your stomach, fear God, you have stored the goods for three months. The store’s stores are empty. What are you guys doing? Brother, what is the guarantee that after three months you will be alive? For whom are you collecting?’
Akhtar said, ‘Think who is a laborer. The one who has earned thousand rupees in a day, who has to feed his children, from where will he eat? You will eat You are filling the hawks with the hailstones. What is the guarantee that you will be alive 3-4 months from today? So please request me to take care of the people with you.’
He said, “Now is the time for charity.” Now is not the time to be Muslim-Hindu or Sikh-Christian. Now is the time to become human. Do as far as you can to collect charitable funds. Do not leave your rule.’
Shoaib said, ‘The rulers have said… Hindustan-Pakistan I am sorry to say that you cannot handle this. If 2 lakh cases come here then you will be absolved. I have also traveled a lot in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Third World Countries do not have any facilities. So stay relaxed. You help each other now.’