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India is devastated by the deadly coronavirus. In 24 hours, 3,49,691 people have been infected with coronavirus in the country. With this, the total number of victims in the country stood at one crore 79 lakh 60 thousand 172 people.

In addition, a record 2,767 people have died in 24 hours. With this, the number of deaths in Corona in the country stood at one lakh 92 thousand 311 people.

Faisal Idhi, a Pakistani social activist and head of the human rights movement, has offered to help India in the wake of the epidemic. His charity, the Idhi Foundation, has asked New Delhi for permission to send 50 ambulances and volunteers to India. News of the Indian Express.

Faisal Idhi recently sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposing to stand by him in the fight against Corona. The letter said, “Many people in India are suffering from corona. We are saddened to see this critical situation. We are sympathetic as neighbors. ”

Faisal said he himself wanted to come to India with a Pakistani volunteer team. The foundation, which consists of ambulance drivers, paramedics and doctors, wants to take part in the fight against Covid-19 as directed by the Indian government.

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