Fakhr-e-Alam urges people to pray at home
Singer Fakhr-e-Alam has urged his fans to stay at home in wake of the coronavirus shutdown.
Fakhr took to Twitter and wrote, “Allah is everywhere....He hears your prayers no matter where you pray from.” He further said, “If you are a true believer an honest Muslim, your Namaz will be heard by Allah even if you offer it at home.”
Allah is everywhere....He hears your prayers no matter where you pray from. If you are a true believer an honest Muslim, your Namaz will be heard by Allah even if you offer it at home. Remember He knows what is in everyone’s heart. #StayHomeStaySafe— Fakhr-e-Alam (@falamb3) April 10, 2020
“Remember He knows what is in everyone’s heart,” he said.
The singer has urged his fans to stay home and stay safe amid the coronavirus pandemic. “#StayHomeStaySafe”.
Earlier, Fakhre Alam gave a plan on how to handle the coronavirus pandemic in Pakistan.
Taking to social media, the actor posted a two-part video, listing some important measures that should be taken to mitigate the spread of Covid-19 in the country.
While his message was specifically for PM Imran Khan, the viral video has been viewed by thousands of people.
Alam said, “Dear honourable Prime Minister, we all know that you have a lot of compassion for everyone, but especially Pakistanis. There's no doubt about that. But I know this will be the ultimate challenge of your leadership."
“As a humble citizen, I want to say that on the one side the government has appealed to the citizens that they stay at home and practice social distancing. But as a result of that, the lower-income bracket and the daily wage earner is also affected by that decision, as people are not going out or going to work, so the daily earner is not earning anything as it is.”
Dear honorable PM @ImranKhanPTI sir it is a humble request to you please re consider. A lockdown before it’s too late. This Video is in two parts. I could be wrong & I know you are worried about social unrest but we can end up in a far worse place. #CoronaVirusPakistan pic.twitter.com/Tp8yRkpXAW— Fakhr-e-Alam (@falamb3) March 20, 2020