News

Celebrities heartbroken over Army helicopter crash

August 3, 2022 05:30 PM


Pakistan recently faced a great loss when an Army helicopter crashed while carrying six officers; including Lt General Sarfraz Ali, Brig Amjad hanif, and other officers. 

This devastating news caused serious stress to the people of Pakistan and at this moment our celebrities showed their deepest condolence for all martyrs on their social media accounts. Like all Pakistanis, our celebrity also felt heartbroken and shared their sorrow in reflection on such loss our country recently encountered.

Senior actress Shagufta Ejaz recently posted on Instagram; showing off her heartbreaking moment in the Army helicopter crash while giving deepest condolence and prayers to the families of martyrs. She also encouraged and praised the bravery of our soldiers in crashes.

Faysal Quraishi also shared the story of DG ISPR tweeting the condolence of their martyrs on his Instagram. 

So as our Influencer Dananeer shared on her story the tweet too; from DG ISPR, Condoling our country’s great loss.

 

 

 

 

 



Most Read

  1. PML-N candidate declared winner in NA-154 Lodhran vote recount PML-N candidate declared winner in NA-154 Lodhran vote recount
  2. Taxila police book ASI torture victim woman in theft case Taxila police book ASI torture victim woman in theft case
  3. Female police officer praised for saving woman with Arabic text dress from angry mob Female police officer praised for saving woman with Arabic text dress from angry mob
  4. Fire breaks out at Peshawar scrap warehouse Fire breaks out at Peshawar scrap warehouse
  5. Maryam Nawaz takes oath as Punjab chief minister, vows ‘no revenge’ Maryam Nawaz takes oath as Punjab chief minister, vows ‘no revenge’
  6. COAS Gen Asim lauds ASP Shehrbano’s selfless devotion to duty COAS Gen Asim lauds ASP Shehrbano’s selfless devotion to duty

Opinion

  1. Literate the Religious Illiterate
    Literate the Religious Illiterate

    By Dr Asif Channer

  2. THE SECRET WAR: Public Interest Vs Official Secrets Act 1923
    THE SECRET WAR: Public Interest Vs Official Secrets Act 1923

    By Syed Aun Mohammed Bokhari

  3. Political Opportunism and the 18th Constitutional Amendment
    Political Opportunism and the 18th Constitutional Amendment

    By Muhammad Asad Ayaz

  4. To Know and Not to Know
    To Know and Not to Know

    By Abdullah Bin Tahir

  5. Gender equality: A pre-requisite for a balanced society
    Gender equality: A pre-requisite for a balanced society

    By Mehak Sabir