Pop Goddess Cher lauds PM Imran, others for freedom of Kaavan
WASHINGTON: Goddess of Pop, Cher has termed freedom of a lonely elephant named Kaavan by the Islamabad High Court (IHC) as ‘one of the greatest moments’ of her life.
The US singer took to social-networking website and wrote, “We have just heard from Pakistan High Court that Kaavan is free,” adding a string of emojis and saying she felt sick. “THIS IS ONE OF THE GREATEST MOMENTS OF MY LIFE,” the singer continued.
In another post, the popstar lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan, federal minister Fawad Chaudhry and others for Kavaan’s freedom.
“I was a big fan of you when you played cricket Imran Khan. I always thought you seemed so kind. Thank you so much for your help. This is a dream come true,” she stated.
She added, “Fawad Chaudhry, I am so grateful for your understanding and support to FTW (Free The Wild).”
It is to be mentioned here that Kaavan was brought from Sri Lanka as a one-year-old in 1985. The elephant was temporarily kept in chains in 2002 because zookeepers were concerned about increasingly violent tendencies.