Monday, 26 October 2020

I don’t want to die in New York: Meera

LONDON/NEW YORK: Baaji actress Meera has appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan to arrange for her repartition as she is left helpless in America where coronavirus has taken thousands of lives.

Meera, a month earlier, had gone to America for the shooting of her film “Long Distance”.

“It is 2:00am in New York City and I am confined in my room and addressing you (PM Imran). I had come to New York with several artists including Humayun Saeed for the shooting of a film and show. My colleagues have gone back to Pakistan but I am stuck in New York,” Meera said.

The Baaji actress said all her resources have exhausted and as a result, living in the US had become a tough task for her.

“I have no savings and my survival is difficult. New York is turning into a graveyard. Every day thousands of people are dying.

In her emotional message, Meera says that she doesn’t want to die in a foreign land.

“Dear prime minister, you have always supported artists. All countries are bringing back their citizens to their homelands. I request you to please make arrangements for my repatriation to Pakistan as I wish to die in my country,” she urged.

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