Cher is an American singer, actress, and television personality, and is earnestly known as the Goddess of Pop. She has been vigorously pronounced as personifying female dominion in a Male-Captured industry. Goddess of Pop Cher is Huge Fan of PM Imran Khan since his Cricket Days.
Moreover, the multi-talented persona expressed her charm for Imran Khan since his rule over the cricket regime. Earlier, the Music icon reminisced the time when she was too enthused to watch Imran Khan on TV playing cricket. The legendary singer was inspired by the legendary player, as there is an acute relationship between showbiz and sports for always. Cher admires Imran Khan for being the most dapper PM in the world.
Cher Tried to Free Kaavan from the Zoo
Kaavan was lonely in Islamabad Zoo since 2012 when his partner died. Cher urged that the animal should be sent back to Sri Lanka.
— Cher (@cher) November 20, 2018
Her Excitement was Beyond Measurement
I WISH TO THANK THE
— Cher (@cher) May 21, 2020
Goddess of Pop Cher is Huge Fan of PM Imran Khan since his Cricket Days
Later the animal rights activist eulogized Pakistan Government on showing pragmatic concerns over Kaavan, a sequestered elephant chained up on violent tendencies.
The popstar lauded PM Imran Khan, Fawad Chaudhry, and others for the freedom of Kavaan, a lonely elephant.
Read of her lines is,
“I was a big fan of you when you played cricket Imran Khan. I always thought you seemed so kind. Thank you so much for your help. This is a dream come true.”
— Cher (@cher) June 1, 2020
Kaavan is a Lonely Elephant at Marghazar Zoo, IHC ordered to move it to a Safe Shelter
She further adds,
“Fawad Chaudhry, I am so grateful for your understanding and support to FTW (Free The Wild).”
Cher is an Animal Rights Activist
Goddess of pop shared her glee after a Pakistani court ordered freedom for a lonely elephant, who had become the subject of a high-profile rights campaign backed by the United States singer. The singer and animal rights campaigner said on Twitter in capital letters, adding a string of emojis and saying she was feeling “sick”. Her overwhelming words can show her apprehensions.
“We have just heard from Pakistan High Court Kaavan is free. This is one of the greatest moments of my life. I was Outrage over the treatment of Kaavan at the capital’s Islamabad Zoo that went global several years ago with a petition garnering more than 200,000 signatures after it arose he was being chained up. Thanks to the Islamabad High Court that ordered wildlife officials to consult with Sri Lanka, where the Asian elephant came from, to find him a “suitable sanctuary” within 30 days. The pain and suffering of Kaavan must come to an end by relocating him to an appropriate elephant sanctuary, in or outside the country.”