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The showbiz and celebrities across Pakistan have condemned the murder of a Sri Lankan manager who worked at a private factory on Wazirabad Road in Sialkot.
District Police Officer Omar Saeed Malik said the factory workers beaten the Sri Lankan national to death It was a devastating incident which shook every Pakistani. People from all spheres of life recorded their protest also the actors recorded their protest in most condemnable and loud way. Mahira Khan, Saba Qamar, Goher Rasheed, Mira Sethi, politicians and journalists recorded their strong condemnation.
Here are the tweets of all the Pakistani celebrities who recorded their protest against the heinous incident. Famous comedian Shafaat Ali also took to social media to condemn the Sialkot tragedy. He said, “Shame on us, Shame on those who brought this day on us”.
Popular YouTuber and novel actor Arslan Naseer (CBA) took to his Twitter account and stated: “Stop embarrassing Islam”
Ace all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez also condemned the attack of torturing the Sri Lankan factory manager to death and said, “Condemning horrific attack on a factory and shameful incident in Sialkot. As Pakistani I will call it a black day for our society”.
Celebrities Condemn Murder Of Sri Lankan Factory Manager
Actress Mehwish Hayat expressed her condemnation by stating: “Words fail me. We as a nation need to hold our heads in shame. Do we really want to live in a country where mob rule is the norm and not the exception?? We look to @ImranKhanPTIfor swift action to stop this now”.