Shoaib Akhtar request to Prime Minister Imran Khan to lock down the country

Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has requested the government of Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan for a complete lockdown in the country.

It is to be remembered that due to corona virus cases are being reported in Pakistan rapidly and till now around 875 people have been infected in the country.

On his YouTube channel, Shoaib Akhtar raised awareness of the Corona virus in people saying that we all are at risk, it lives in the air so people stay home because if anybody gets the virus then everybody Will endanger lives.

He said that we do not understand people, 90% of the cases are moving from human to human and hence the cases are increasing, I do not understand that people are not ready to sit in their houses. It’s a massacre, you’re playing with yourself and people’s lives.

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The former fast bowler said, “People give up the heat, the virus will disappear or it doesn’t do anything to the youngsters or 90 percent of the people are surviving. Leave the investigation, worry about your life, death. You will not see whether you are 97% or not. ‘

Shoaib Akhtar expressed his indignation at the people walking out despite the ban, saying that I have just come through the mountains and there are people full, wandering and traffic flowing.

Shoaib Akhtar, who is the world’s fastest bowler, said that people did not listen, so I appeal to the government of Pakistan to take drastic measures, start lockdown here.

He said that the virus is not going away so fast as no medicine has been made so I request the government of Pakistan to please lock down.

Italy’s fastest former bowler added that Italy made a big mistake late in the lockdown, and that there are 5,000 men dead and cases are increasing.

Addressing Prime Minister Imran Khan, Shoaib Akhtar also said that people will not listen here, impose curfew and impose section 144, lock down and give people an hour so they can buy goods.

Addressing the government, Shoaib Akhtar said, “You are risking the lives of the entire Pakistan, not mine, because this is a serious problem and our lives are in danger.”

The former cricketer also criticized the announcement of closing the restaurant at 10am and said, “Why close the restaurant at 10am, will there not be a virus before that?”

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Shoaib Akhtar urged people not to call people to their homes, not to parties, to fear God and to shut themselves up for three weeks as China also defeated the virus through lockdown.

He said, “If the spread of the virus is spread in this country, there will be no carcasses. All human beings are requested not to contribute to the massacre.”

Shoaib Akhtar also demanded that the Iranian border be closed at the end of the video, saying that the virus was transmitted from visitors to China or not to us.

It should be noted that the Corona virus originated in Wuhan, China, which caused more than 3,000 deaths in China alone and thousands of people infected with the virus.

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China succeeded in controlling the virus, but later spread rapidly to the Middle East and Europe, and so far in Italy, more than 5,000 have been killed, while thousands of people have been affected in Iran and Spain. Have been

The virus has killed more than 15,000 people and infected more than 300,000 people worldwide so far

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