Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Pakistani Celebrities express condolences on Iranian President died

Pakistani Celebrities express condolences on Iranian President died

Pakistani Celebrities express condolences on Iranian President died

Pakistani Celebrities express condolences on Iranian President died

Advertisement
  • Iran’s President and Foreign Minister, Ebrahim Raisi, died in a helicopter crash.
  • Raisi, a former Chief Justice of Iran, recently visited Pakistan.
  • Prominent Pakistani stars and public figures, including former Prime Minister Imran Khan mourn the death of Iran’s president.
Advertisement

A sad news emerged from our neighboring country as the brotherly nation Iran’s Honourable President, His Excellency Ebrahim Raisi, perished in a helicopter crash. Yesterday, a helicopter carrying the President and Foreign Minister of Iran crashed during harsh weather conditions. As the helicopter descended into a difficult area, there were difficulties in locating the wreckage. Today, the helicopter was found with no survivors on board. This news brought grief to Iran as Ebrahim Raisi was a prominent figure who had served as the Chief Justice of Iran before becoming President. He recently visited Pakistan as well, where the nation warmly welcomed him.

Many prominent Pakistani stars and public figures, including former Prime Minister Imran Khan, actors Usama Khan, Ghana Ali, Madiha Rizvi, and host Shaista Lodhi, expressed their condolences on this untimely demise.

Here are the stars offering condolences to the brotherly nation Iran in these sad times:

Advertisement

 

Advertisement

Also Read

Pakistani Celebrities shine at Hum Style Awards 2024
Pakistani Celebrities shine at Hum Style Awards 2024

Hum Television Network, a major Pakistani television network known for producing top...

Advertisement
Advertisement
Read More News On

Catch all the Showbiz News, Breaking News Event and Latest News Updates on The BOL News


Download The BOL News App to get the Daily News Update & Follow us on Google News.


End of Article

Next Story