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Nora Fatehi Thanks PM Narendra Modi for Offering to Help Morocco Earthquake Victims –

Last Updated: September 10, 2023, 12:46 IST

Nora Fatehi thanks PM Modi

Nora Fatehi and PM Narendra extend their condolences for Morocco earthquake victims.

On hearing the tragic news about the earthquake in Morocco, actress and dancer Nora Fatehi extended her condolences to those affected by the natural phenomenon. She penned, “The news today of the earthquake in Morocco is extremely devastating! I’m just seeing the impact it has left on so many cities and many lives have been lost. My heart goes out to everyone right now! I’m praying for everyone’s safety! This is so scary. I thank God that our friends and families are safe! My condolences to anyone who has lost a loved one! Allayhfdkom ya Rab.”

Now PM Narendra Modi also shared about the same and offered to help the victims. In a post on X (formerly Twitter), PM Modi said, “Extremely pained by the loss of lives due to an earthquake in Morocco. In this tragic hour, my thoughts are with the people of Morocco.” He added, “Condolences to those who have lost their loved ones. May the injured recover at the earliest. India is ready to offer all possible assistance to Morocco in this difficult time.”

Nora on seeing the post, thanked the Prime Minister and wrote, “Thank You @narendramodi for this big support! You were one of the first big countries to raise awareness and extend a helping hand! The Moroccan people are very thankful and grateful! Jai Hind”

More than 2,000 people have been killed as Morocco’s deadliest earthquake in decades destroyed houses and roads in the tourist city of Marrakesh.

The strong tremors were also felt in the coastal cities of Rabat, Casablanca and Essaouira, where it caused widespread damage and sent terrified residents and tourists scrambling to safety in the middle of the night on Friday.

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