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Mystery donor from Pakistan gives $30 million to earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria, leaving netizens curious

  • Posted on February 14, 2023
  • News
  • By Akta Yadav

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An act of extraordinary kindness has come to light, as an anonymous individual from Pakistan made a substantial contribution of $30 million to assist earthquake victims in Turkey and Syria. This news was confirmed by Pakistan's Prime Minister, Shehbaz Sharif, who took to social media to express his gratitude for this benevolent act of philanthropy.

The Generosity that Stuns the Nation

In his tweet, Sharif stated that he was deeply moved by an anonymous individual, who went to the Turkish embassy in the United States, made a tremendous contribution of $30 million to help those people whose lives are destroyed by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif, praised the act of generosity, stating that it exemplifies the strength of the human spirit to rise above even the most difficult situations. earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria

Debate over Nationality and Purpose

The news of this donation has sparked a discussion among netizens in Pakistan, who have questioned why the anonymous benefactor did not choose to donate the funds within the country, despite its current economic difficulties and the ongoing food and energy crisis. Ayesha Siddiqa, a Pakistani military affairs expert and writer, wondered why the donor did not choose to donate the funds to flood relief efforts in Pakistan.

Twitter Reactions

Journalist Ihtisham Ul Haq tweeted, "Why not donate the funds to a Pakistani embassy?" Meanwhile, BJP's Punit Agarwal commented on Sharif's tweet, saying that the anonymous donor chose to donate to Turkey instead of his own country, despite being aware of Pakistan's current economic state. Agarwal wrote, "It's obvious that the anonymous Pakistani chose to donate to Turkey instead of his own country, despite being aware of the dire economic situation in Pakistan. He must have suspected that the funds would be misused to sponsor acts of terrorism."

Anonymity Raises Questions

Another Twitter user questioned how Sharif knew the donor's nationality but not their name. The user wrote, "How can you be sure that the donor was Pakistani? It could be someone from India as well. The individual chose to remain anonymous, but only disclosed their nationality. 

Humorous Remarks

Another Twitter user jokingly commented, "It's a good thing that the donor didn't donate the funds to a Pakistani embassy. The funds would have ended up in the wrong hands, as it often happens." earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria earthquake-stricken Turkey and Syria


As the conversation continues, it is important to keep in mind the thousands of lives lost in the catastrophic earthquakes on the Turkey-Syria border, which have claimed over 33,000 lives with the death toll expected to rise. The Associated Press has reported that many in Turkey have blamed faulty construction for the extensive damage. The anonymous donor's contribution is a true testament to the power of kindness and generosity in the face of tragedy and hardship. For more updates keep visiting our website where we provide unbiased, true and top stories of the world.    
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