INDIA IS MY HOME AND INDIA IS BLEEDING AND WE AS A GLOBAL COMMUNITY NEED TO CARE: PC
Recently, the Quatico girl Priyanka Chopra Jonas had raised her voice in the favour of her motherland. She had tweeted urging the US Government to share the extra vaccines they had ordered.
Again PC did not hesitate to share another video post on her Instagram page, voicing her opinion about why the other countries need to reach India, to its help.
"India, my home, is suffering the world's worst crises, and we need to help! People are dying in record numbers. There is illness everywhere, and it's continuing to spread and kill at great speed and scale.
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 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", She wrote.
In her recent video that she shared, she expressed in a grievened voice," Why do we need to care? Why is it so urgent right now? I am sitting in London and hearing from my friends and family in India about how hospitals are at capacity. There are no rooms in ICUs, ambulances are too busy, oxygen supply is less, crematoriums having mass cremations, because the volume of death is so much. India is my home and India is bleeding and we as a global community need to care. And I'll tell you why we need to care. Because unless everyone is safe, no one is safe. So please use your resources and focus your energy on helping stop this pandemic. Please donate. I understand, a lot of people must be angry and thinking about , why are we in this place, in the first place, Why is this happening. But we'll address that, We'll address that after we stop the urgency. Please donate. Please use your resources as much as you can. India needs you."
With this our Desi girl, once again put across her fans worldwide to help India, that's calling for help.