Celebrities express grief over the loss of 21 innocent lives in Murree incident

Murree incident

21 people froze to death in their cars stranded in snow during a glut of tourists in Murree incident. The victims included 9 children. Around 1,000 cars were snowed in and people were stranded in the calamity-hit hill station. Pakistani celebrities took to social and expressed their shock and offered condolences.

Saba Qamar


Actor Saba Qamar tweeted: “I am heartbroken to see images from Murree. My thoughts and prayers go out to the families who lost their loved ones.” She also advised her followers to check weather forecasts prior to any travel.


Faysal Qureshi


Faysal Qureshi urged to pray for the departed souls, “Receiving sad and disturbing videos of Muree and Galyat. Around 20 people (local tourists) including women and children have died due to extreme weather conditions. Aur jo wahan hain ALLAH pak madad farmaye aur apni amaan mey rakhay ameen (May Allah keep the people who are still there safe and help them).”



Model Nadia Hussain and singer Meesha Shafi were heartbroken


Cricketer Shoaib Malik called the Murree Incident heart-wrenching


Actor Armeena Khan emphasized on travel and restriction plans to deal with such calamities.


She wrote, “Where is the cold weather risk plan to mitigate such risk? This includes regulating traffic and “prepping” infrastructure to receive snowfall with adequate weather warning systems in place. My heart breaks for the families who have lost their loved ones needlessly.”


Actor Osman Khalid Butt shared a piece of important information for people stuck in such situations.



Actor Osman Mukhtar requested everyone to stop sharing the horrific videos of the incident



Prime Minister Imran Khan had also tweeted about how “shocked and upset” he was to hear of the tragic deaths


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