Former captain Waseem Akram’s wife. Shanira Akram, says homeowners should take a relaxed approach to their tenants in view of the closure of the business. Due to the Corona virus in Pakistan.
Shanira Akram, wife of a prominent social worker and actress and former captain Waseem Akram. She wrote on the micro-blogging site Twitter that “Cafe, restaurants, shops, jams, schools and parks have been shut down all over Pakistan due to the corona virus.”
With the recent shut downs of cafes, restaurants, shops, gyms, schools and play areas due to #CoronaVirusPakistan, building owners should show some rent leniency towards their tenants during this time of hardship so that our small businesses don’t close down for good.
— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) March 18, 2020
“In this difficult time, owners of buildings and flats should be able to lease their tenants so that small business people will not face problems,” said Shanira Akram.
Social activist Shanira Akram also tweeted a tweet yesterday about precautionary measures to avoid the Corona virus.
In his tweet, Shanira Akram shared a picture of a dirty tissue paper that had cleared his cellphone and charger.
Hands are not the only things with germs that need to be cleaned. How many times do you put your hands on your phone to type or use your phone near your face? This was the swab I just cleaned my phone and charger cord with. Don’t judge me till you do it too!!! #StopTheSpread pic.twitter.com/QJCOCv0cmV
— Shaniera Akram (@iamShaniera) March 17, 2020
Shanira Akram shared this photo and wrote. “If we want to be clean, it is not necessary to keep our hands clean only.”
In his tweet, Wasim Akram’s wife asked Twitter users. “Do you know how often. We touch our mobile and then put that same hand on our face?”
He wrote, ‘I just cleaned my cellphone and charger.’
He wrote, ‘Don’t comment on me unless you do it yourself.’
It may be mentioned that after 17 more cases of Corona virus have been reported in Sindh, 172 have been reported in the province, 26 in Punjab, 16 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 16 in Balochistan, 4 in Islamabad and 3 in Corona in Gilgit-Baltistan. The number has grown to 244 nationwide.