Zoheb Hassan almost loaded up the PIA plane that slammed in Karachi
Zoheb Hassan almost loaded up the PIA plane that slammed in Karachi 
Acclaimed Pakistani artist Zoheb Hassan said on Saturday that he nearly boarded the disastrous Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) airplane yet missed by a hair.

Zoheb, sibling of Pakistan's late notorious vocalist Nazia Hassan, said in a Facebook post how he had intended to profit to Karachi for that day however needed to take a prior flight.

"My dear dad who spent away last Friday guaranteed me to deal with my feeble mother in the event that he passes on. He kicked the bucket a couple of hours after the fact. The main flight accessible was 300 miles from London in Manchester. With extraordinary trouble I figured out how to jump on to a 'repatriation' flight which was for the most part conveying coronavirus affectees and dead bodies," he composed on Facebook.

"After arriving at Lahore I was isolated with 300 different travelers in an inn. Nine of the group and a few different travelers contracted COVID-19 on the flight," he included.

"As my dad's internment was on 21st I did my best to get tried, as an extraordinary case, and profit to Karachi for a similar bound flight 2 days sooner. God helped me here. My outcome was negative and was permitted to leave early," he proceeded to state.

He further said that had it not been for his withering dad's desires, he would've either gotten the coronavirus while coming back to Lahore or been on part of the terrible plane accident that happened on Friday.

Zoheb and Nazia's dad Basir Hassan died prior this month on May 16.

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