- Federal serve Asad Umar wished individuals a cheerful New Year
- He said 2020 was one of the most troublesome years in late world history
- Wished individuals a sound and prosperous 2021
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Planning, Development, and Special Initiatives Asad Umar on Thursday wished Pakistanis an upbeat New Year.
Taking to his Twitter account, the clergyman composed that “one of the most difficult years in recent world history [has] come to an end.”
“Wishing a 2021 full of health and happiness for all of you,” the priest said.
Referencing the Covid pandemic and how it took numerous lives, the priest added that the year 2020 was a “strong reminder of how fragile life is and how interconnected the world is.”
“May we all learn to live with tolerance and peace,” he concluded.
It should be reviewed that Asad Umar additionally contracted COVID-19 right off the bat in December after which he went into self-isolation.
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On Monday, December 28, he reported that he has recuperated from the infection and has tried negative.
The serve likewise spoke to the majority to deal with themselves and exercise safeguards to avoid the conceivably fatal virus.
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