Cricketers expressed grief over the accident in Muri, Pakistan

Everyone has been stunned by the painful accident at the tourist place in Punjab province of Pakistan. More than 20 tourists have died due to vehicles getting stuck in snow in Muri area. With this, the military deployed in the rescue mission says that they have rescued more than 300 people trapped in the snow. At the same time, many Pakistani cricketers have also expressed their grief by tweeting in relation to this incident.

Pakistan cricketers expressed grief over Muri accident

Shoaib Malik, the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, tweeted and wrote, “I am very sad and shocked to see the pictures and videos of Muri. Everyone should try to stay safe as much as possible, I express my condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives in this accident.

Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi also tweeted on Twitter and wrote that, “Whatever happened in Muri, it did not go well. Afridi further said that people should follow the guidelines issued by the government.

Apart from this, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar also tweeted and wrote that “Heartbroken to see the video clips that are coming out of Muri. The government should immediately provide assistance in every possible way to the spot.”

The tourist destination is “Muri” of Pakistan

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Let us tell you that Muri is a tourist destination in the Punjab province of Pakistan, where tourists come from far and wide to visit. It is worth noting that there was already a possibility of a snow storm in Muri. In such a situation, those who were in the journey got stuck due to the storm.

However, now police and army have been deployed in these areas, so that no new tourists visit this side. According to the local media of Pakistan, this time a large number of tourists have come to this area. However, tremendous snowfall has been seen here, due to which the people coming here are facing so many problems.