Sanam Saeed reports mismanagement during quarantine in Pakistan


Sanam Saeed has reported mismanagement after being put into quarantine on her return to Pakistan along with the cast and crew of the upcoming film ‘Ishrat Made in China’, who were stuck in Thailand for over two weeks after wrapping the shoot of their film.

Sanam kept on updating her fans via Twitter after the Pakistani government assured the safe return of stranded staff.

In a series of Tweets, Sanam shared the whole trip and how they were dealt with initially and what happened to them later on. In her first Tweet, she praised the government for such wonderful arrangements for them and also revealed that their coronavirus tests will be conducted a day after they landed.

After a few hours, Sanam tweeted to inform that suddenly their Tests for coronavirus have been postponed for six days.

Later on, she revealed how they were misinformed by the authorities and threatened by the hotel management who asked them to pay for their stay whereas the government assured them to accommodate free of cost.

Sanam stressed that the government should not misinform stranded travelers so that they can anticipate what is going to happen upon arrival.

On the other hand, Sanam’s fellow actor also reported how the hotel management is extorting money and threatening them.

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Posted by Shamoon Abbasi on Wednesday, 15 April 2020

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