Pakistan is always ahead to greet and console on both domestic and national levels. A day earlier, Ms. Naghma Butt who is the social secretary to the Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK, made two visits to the official residence of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to deliver large bouquets. Flower Delivery By Pakistani’s High Commissioner to British PM Boris Johnson Gone Viral.
The delivered flowers are to manifest a congratulatory gesture from High Commissioner Nafees Zakariya and Prime Minister Imran Khan. The “Greeting Gesture” of Ms. Naghma Butt is keenly perceived that went viral.
Naghma Butt became upset when she got a phone call from a friend apprising her that her photos outside 10 Downing Street had gone viral on Social Media.
Flower Delivery By Pakistani’s High Commissioner to British PM Boris Johnson Gone Viral
Ms. Butt shared her Awful feelings in an Interview with Dawn
“I feared something negative had been written about me, especially since I was wearing a burqa. My first thought was ‘I hope they haven’t made this about my attire’, later, I was quite pleased that the comments surrounding my visit were largely positive, even though I had thought I would get away unnoticed. I made those bouquets myself. Even the officers there [outside Number 10] said they were beautiful.”
Pakistan Mission’s Warm Greeting Gesture was PERCEPTIBLE
Though the Pakistan mission’s gesture this week was one of many congratulatory notes and gifts being sent to Number 10 by well-wishers of the prime minister and his partner. Moreover, one British daily observed that the bouquets sent from the Pakistan government were “huge”. Another British sensationalist in its headline noted that she “did not take any chances”.
Photographs captured Ms. Butt on two occasions on the same day, as she hands delivered the bouquets to an officer outside Number Ten. On the first trip, she was pictured in protective goggles worn over her spectacles and in the second, with a face mask and plastic gloves.
Ms. Butt Shared her Safety Measures from Corona
“I am taking precautionary measures as far back as February 5, even as I was teased by some and called “Ms. Corona”. Now everyone realizes how important it is to protect one’s self and others.”
Johnson and his fiancee, Carrie Symonds, on Wednesday announced the birth of their baby boy, who has become the third baby born to a serving British prime minister in living memory. The birth comes just 16 days after Johnson, 55, fought for his life in intensive care with coronavirus. Ms. Butt confirmed that the mission sent flowers in early April as well when it wished the British PM for early recovery.
Tiny Detail of Ms. Butt
Ms. Butt has been with the Pakistan mission in London’s upscale Belgravia neighbourhood for the last 16 years and has worked with five high commissioners. She said ardently,
“I was born in Lahore but my family moved to Ireland when I was a year old. After five years in Dublin, we moved to Wandsworth in London where I have lived my entire life. My Family is upset for me due to the ongoing Pandemic, but my duties for Pakistan are indispensable”