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  • Shaniera Akram asks followers to guard atmosphere
  • She lamented that each six months, acutely aware efforts are made to scrub up the seashore, nevertheless, after a couple of days the litter is again on the shore
  •  “I’m not even going to the beach anymore. I’ve had enough,” stated Akram

Social employee and spouse of former Pakistani captain Wasim Akram, Shaniera Akram, has vowed to play her half in conserving the atmosphere and in decreasing using plastic.

Learn extra: ‘Our city is in pain’: Shaniera Akram disgusted at hapless state of Karachi’s seashores

Taking her pledge to Instagram, Akram lamented that each six months, acutely aware efforts are made to scrub up the seashore, nevertheless, after few days the litter is again on the shore and it’s heartbreaking to see such recklessness from guests.

“We work hard to ensure there is no plastic waste lying around and polluting our beaches. Yet, even after two days of a clean-up, there is even more plastic wastage than the last time. Seeing this is heartbreaking, not only because our efforts are not showing any results but also because this plastic waste will be our downfall,” the philanthropist expressed her concern on Instagram.

“This new year, I want us all to promise ourselves to do better. Protect the environment, recycle and reuse your plastic products, reduce your contribution to plastic waste. I am going to #FaceThePlastic head-on, will you?” requested Akram.

Just a few days again, in one other tweet, she vented her anger after sharing a disheartening picture of Karachi’s Clifton seashore: “I’m sick of this. We clear the seashore once more & once more, solely to have town’s rubbish dumped in our sea & sewerage traces, which ultimately washes up on our shore. I’m not even going to the seashore anymore. I’ve had sufficient.”

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