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Shireen Mazari Writes an Open Letter to #UNICEF to Remove Priyanka Chopra as UN Goodwill Ambassador

The video of Priyanka Chopra’s condescending behavior with a girl at BeautyCon is nevertheless making rounds and developing uproar on social media.

So a good deal so that Shireen Mazari, Minister for Human Rights Pakistan, has officially written to UNICEF Executive Director Henrietta H Fore to take down Indian actress Priyanka Chopra as UN Goodwill Ambassador in the mild of her behavior and words.

Here is what Mazari said:

“CHOPRA HAS PUBLICLY ENDORSED THIS INDIAN GOVERNMENT POSITION AND ALSO SUPPORTED THE NUCLEAR THREAT ISSUED TO PAKISTAN BY THE INDIAN DEFENCE MINISTER”.

However, in a time like this when the social media does not forgive anyone, it can be tough to get away with something we may also say or do. The consequences of her behaviour grew to become more tangible after human beings started signing petitions for her to be taken down as the Goodwill Ambassador of UN.

While many stars in Pakistan have criticized the ‘Quantico’ actor who is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Hania Aamir uses humor.

Turning to Instagram, the ‘Na Maloom Afraad’ celebrity shared a image of herself looking notable in green. However, it’s the caption that caught everyone’s attention.

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Using Priyanka’s own phrases towards her Hania stated: “Are you accomplished venting?”

Adding as a reply to one of the remarks on the submit she also wrote “but I’m patriotic” which has additionally been turned into the state-of-the-art meme on the net to mimic the Bollywood star.

It all started out when a Pakistani fan questioned Priyanka for her pro-war stand between India and Pakistan being UNICEF’s Goodwill Ambassador.

“I hear you. Whenever you’re achieved venting… Got it? Done? OK, cool. War is not something I’m simply fond of, but I am patriotic,” Priyanka responded.

“Girl, don’t yell. We’re all here for love. Don’t yell. Don’t embarrass yourself,” she added.

While this was Hania’s way of responding to Priyanka and fans loved it, Mehwish Hayat reacted in a a lot more serious way using her voice to elevate the issue.

Mehwish penned an op-ed for CNN titled ‘The trouble with Priyanka Chopra’, where she called out the Bollywood actor for failing to fulfill her responsibility as a superstar and a United Nations goodwill ambassador.

Actor Armeena Khan additionally penned an open letter to the UNICEF, asking the worldwide employer to take action towards its Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra who has been accused of “encouraging nuclear war”.

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