The Most-Loved Bhabhi of Pakistan, Shaniera Akram is actively working to improve the state affairs and highlight the Social Issues. She always stands in 1st row to make sure things don’t get worst Domestically, Socially because of silly negligence of People. Shaniera Akram Asks People to Arrange Small Weddings during Covid Situation.
The Government is already doing maximum efforts to contain the 2nd wave of deadly CoronaVirus. In order to do so, the federal government has imposed a ban on indoor weddings in last NCOC meeting.
Shaniera Akram Asks People to Arrange Small Weddings during Covid Situation
Shaniera Akram wants Pakistanis to make the most of coronavirus pandemic and arrange smaller weddings. The activist has some advice for couples whose marriage plans have been affected due to the pandemic.
“I understand that in the past big weddings were a thing. But we are mid pandemic, why not take the opportunity and use this time to your advantage?” she questioned the to-be-couples.
Reminiscing her own time, she also mentioned tying the knot with cricket legend Wasim Akram in an intimate ceremony. So, the purpose of tweeting is simple, if celebrities can arrange a small function, then common people can also do it in order to save the lives of those coming to attend that Wedding.
“Keep it small, save lives and save some money. People will understand I promise. I had a very small wedding, it’s okay. We survived, You will too!”
I understand that in the past big weddings were a thing.But we are mid pandemic,why not take the opportunity & use this time to your advantage,keep it small,save lives & save some money.People will understand I promise.I had a very small wedding,Its ok,We survived, You will too!
— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) November 7, 2020
The Beautiful Wife of Wasim Akram can also be seen lamenting Karachi People for their negligence regarding the cleanliness situation on Karachi Beaches!
Shaniera’s concerned was followed by official orders by the National Command and Operations Centre (NOCC) that issued new restrictions for major cities, including banning indoor weddings from November and allowing only a limited number of guests for outdoor ones.