Priyanka Chopra Jonas starts a fundraiser, appeals globally to help India says 'India, my home, is suffering'

Publish Date: 29 Apr, 2021 |
 

Priyanka Chopra Help: Health services in the country are in bad shape due to the second wave of Covid-19. Infected patients are suffering from an acute shortage of beds, oxygen and medicines in the hospital all around the states. In these difficult times, many countries have extended a helping hand towards India and are sending supplies including raw material for medicines, oxygen cylinders and others. Meanwhile, Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has appealed to all people to come forward and stand together to fight against the virus. She has urged people to extend their support and hand to help in relief.  While she is currently staying in London these days with her husband Nick Jonas, she has posted her message through a video on social media. 


‘India, my home is suffering’

Priyanka Chopra Jonas shares a special video on social media and urges people to come forward and help India. She also writes a heartfelt caption and says, “India, my home, is suffering the world’s worst Covid crisis, and we all need to help! People are dying in record numbers. There is illness everywhere, and it’s only continuing to spread and kill at great speed and scale.”

Priyanka told that she herself is also trying for financial help and further wrote that,” Please please donate. Nick and I already have and will continue to contribute. We have all seen how far and wide this virus can spread, an ocean between us makes no difference. No one is safe unless everyone is safe. It’s so heartening to see so many people stepping up to help in so many ways. We need to beat this virus, and to do that requires ALL of us. From the bottom of my heart THANK YOU!”


 
 
 
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Priyanka Chopra urged to donate and help

In the video, Priyanka says, 'Why is there so much need at the moment? I tell you, there is no place in hospitals. Ambulances are busy. There is a severe shortage of oxygen. There is a huge crowd at the crematorium. India is my home and people are dying there. As a global community, we must come forward. I explain why we should worry about each other. No one is safe until everyone is safe. So come forward and help during this pandemic.”

 

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