#IndianLivesMatter Goes Viral in Pakistan, Offers of Help Arrive | India News
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BATHINDA: Karachi-based humanitarian group Edhi Foundation on friday he wrote to the prime minister Narendra modi offering a fleet of 50 ambulances and services to address the Covid crisis. To provide services, the foundation wants permission to enter the country, as well as the necessary guidance from the local administration and the police department. “We are ready to deploy our team to any critical area of concern under your direction without hesitation,” the letter reads.
After the letter circulated on social media, many in Pakistan He took to Twitter to offer help or write about aid to India. The two hashtags of #IndiaNeedsOxygen and #IndianLivesMatter have also gone viral in Pakistan. Diep Saeeda, a peace and social activist based in Lahore, told TOI that “Being neighboring countries, it is the duty of both to support each other in any need. We need to forget about animosity in case of any medical emergency or natural calamity. In addition to the Edhi Foundation, more organizations are ready to provide support. ”
Journalist and activist Raza Rumi tweeted: “Thoughts and prayers are with India. Heartbreaking stories and visuals. I hope the situation improves as soon as possible. I’m not sure what Pakistan can do given the increase in Covid cases, but whatever is possible should be offered without policy. ”
The Edhi Foundation, on October 27, 2015, had rejected the 1 crore rupee donation offer announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to care for the disabled and mute Indian girl Geeta for many years of her stay in Pakistan.