Jemima Goldsmith, the former wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan, checked on her Pakistani Twitter family in the latest message on Twitter.
She sent love and salam to people of Pakistan amid these troublesome times of pandemic coronavirus. She acknowledged that conditions are much harder for people in Pakistan than for people in the United Kingdom.
“I’m mindful that however hard this is for so many people here in the UK, conditions are so much harder for you in Pakistan,” she wrote. She ended her message of concern with “Sending love and salaams”.
Wondering how my Pakistani Twitter friends are doing during the lockdown there?
I’m mindful that however hard this is for so many people here in the UK, conditions are so much harder for you in Pakistan. Sending love and salaams 🇵🇰— Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) April 3, 2020
Her Pakistani Twitter family reciprocated her loving message with warm wishes and appreciation.
Despite her separation from Imran Khan, Jemima Goldsmith is loyal to Pakistan. She has expressed her love and concern for Pakistan on several occasions in her various social media messages.
An ex-wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Jemima, always wishes for the success of Imran Khan and the prosperity of Pakistan.
Jemima Goldsmith shares the same vision as of Imran Khan that an unplanned and longer lockdowns to control the spread of COVD-19 in the countries will adversely impact the people and economies more than the coronavirus itself.
She has been pushing the government in the UK to come up with a realistic plan to combat the looming economic crisis and to implement the plan to sustain the economic activities amid the strict preventive measures of lockdown to fight coronavirus.
She fears that an economic recession in the post-pandemic world will be more dangerous than the COVID-19. Goldsmith expressed that she was worried about the idea of creating a bigger problem to solve an existing one. She has suggested that a move towards a green economy and robust social policies can undo the ravages of COVID-19.
She also believes that the lack of testing by the UK government is the prime factor for the surge of coronavirus cases in the country.