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Turkey Pakistan Kardeshiz: the singer dedicates his song earthquake victims

LAHORE: Singer from Pakistan released song dedicated to the victims of double earthquake in Turkey in show fraternal bond between the two peoples.

Asad Qureshi, young artist, composed and sang song Turkey Pakistan Kardeshiz, who in Turkish.

“I came up with idea of this song While I was watching the fundraiser for earthquake victims in Turkey”, 25-yearan old artist from Lahore told Anadolu agency.

“I also participated in and organized a series of fundraising camps,” he said. added.

official video for V song includes English subtitles, which translate V song to “Turkey and Pakistan are brothers”, as well as visual effects from the relief work provided by Islamabad to Ankara.

Through it lyrics, song worked out on friendship and fraternal relations between the two peoples. second half of V song assures the Turks that Pakistan will be there for their in any situation.

“Idea behind V song was show solidarity with our Turkish brothers and spread the word that we with their in it’s hard and hard time,” Qureshi said.

in the past, the singer composed songs on fraternal relations between Pakistan, Turkey and Azerbaijan.

“All of my songs have a message of peace and unity among Muslim peoples,” he said, adding that “spectators and even officials from other Muslim countries praised my work and I look forward To more cooperation with my Turkish and Azerbaijani brothers.”

Many Pakistani artists expressed their solidarity with V people of Turkey after devastating earthquakes.

Turkish Consulate in Pakistan appreciated my work and whenever I perform in public events, people always respect my work and devotion building more healthy relationship between both countries” Qureshi said.

On February 6, an earthquake of magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 occurred in 11 Turkish provinces – Adana, Adiyaman, Diyarbakir, Elazig, Hatay, Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa.

Over 50,000 people died and more more than 13.5 million people hit by earthquakes in Turkey and many others. in north of Syria.

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