Mahira Khan has shared the contacting minute her folks got a complimentary letter from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) after their daughter was named the first-ever UNHCR National Goodwill Ambassador in Pakistan.
Mahira posted the letter on Instagram and uncovered how she felt when her folks read it. “I got the best letter from UNHCR for my folks,” she stated, “Obviously it made me very enthusiastic.”
Mahira added that her mom started to cry and her dad was “grinning his greatest grin”.
“Now and then I overlook that I have been decided to be placed in the position that I am in, given the stage I have been given and the sort of adoration that I get. I trust and implore that I can generally maintain the obligation.”
She closed down her message as the little girl of “Mr. and Mrs. Hafeez R Khan”.
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I received the sweetest letter from UNHCR for my parents. Needless to say it made me extremely emotional. My Ama was crying and my Aba was smiling his biggest smile. Sometimes I forget that I have been chosen to be put in the position that I am in, given the platform I have been given and the kind of love that I receive. I hope and pray that I can always always uphold the responsibility I have been given by my country, my fans and my loved ones inshAllah. Forever grateful, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hafeez R Khan. ♥️🙏🏼
Mahira after her appointment said she groped emphatically about representing evacuees around the globe. “This is something I need to discuss,” she said in a video message released by the UNHCR.
— UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency (@Refugees) November 6, 2019