Cher appreciates government of Pakistan on social media

American singing legend, Cher, has reportedly thanked the government of Pakistan on social media.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, the singer in a series of tweets on the social networking site, Twotter, has thanked the Pakistan government for its efforts in freeing wildlife.

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According to Baaghi TV reports, the singer who has long been an advocate for animal rights and freedom for the wildlife, has tweeted on her official handle, that she is appreciative of the government of Pakistan for letting Kaavan, an elephant, go free.

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Cher wrote, “This is one of the greatest moments of my life.” The singer went on to say that she cannot stop crying and being sick to her stomach. She added, that she tears are running down her cheeks at the decision of the Pakistan government to set the elephant, Kaavan, go free.

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In another tweet, the Mamma Mia 2 star stated, “We have just heard from [the] Pakistan High Court. Kaavan is free.” She went on to say, “I wish to thanks the Pakistani government.”

In response to the tweets by Cher, PTI Senator-Chairman Standing Committee on Information Broadcasting & Heritage, Faisal Javed Khan responded by saying, “A commendable decision by Pakistan Court. Our religion also teaches us to be kind to all creatures of Allah.”

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The political leader went on to use the following hashtags in his tweets: #KaavanGetsFreedom, #Compassionate, and #WinForElephant, respectively.

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