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Top Pakistan celebrities urge masses to vote

07 February, 2024 16:59

As we are about reach election eve, many celebrities and figures of influence have taken to their respective social media platforms to ask the general population to vote.

The biggest election in Pakistan’s history is set to take place tomorrow (Thursday) February 08, with preparations are in final stages.

Using their social media handles, the showbiz stars have join hand in raising awareness and importance of voting especially in this trying times.

Taking to X, singer Mustafa Zahid wrote that “This year Valentine’s Day is on February 8 because mulk say mohabbat sab say pehlay (love for one’s country comes first)! Go out and vote! Please.”

Singer Farhan Saeed wrote that “Pakistan, come out and vote on the 8th. If you think you’ve been wronged, vote! If you want to see your country progress, vote! If you want to see the right person leading the country, vote! All that Pakistan asked for this entire year was the right to vote. Now vote!”

Actor Adnan Siddiqui took to his Instagram account declaring February 8 “crucial day” for the nation.

“Urging each one of you to exercise your right to vote. The power to enact change lies within our hands. Remember, if you don’t vote now, you lose the right to complain later. Let’s make our voices heard and shape our future together.”


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Actor Maya Ali wrote “I request you all to use your vote wisely,” she said. “This is your time to save your future and make your present better. Please think about Pakistan, think about those sacrifices which have been made up until now. The fate of our children lies in our hands, and we have to stand on the right side of history. You will choose your leader for the betterment of all of us.”

In a video message, senior actor Bushra Ansari said, “There’s a lot of chaos in the country. The elections are near. We all wish that the future of Pakistan is brighter and that the next five years are given to such a political party that helps us walk the path towards prosperity. To propel us from here towards betterment.”

She added, “Whichever candidate it is for whom you have hope or trust, or you believe that their promises are genuine, get up and go vote. Talk is cheap. Get up, find out about your constituency, recognise your candidate’s symbol, and go and vote for the same so that we can be a part of the change that leads to betterment.”


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Osman Khalid Butt, Hasan Raheem, and Asim Azhar, who asked Pakistanis to get out and vote as well.

Asim, via his Instagram Story, appealed to his fellow colleagues, public figures, and celebrities to endorse the importance of voting. He highlighted the need to raise awareness and encouraged everyone to stand for what is right and fair.

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