Pooja Bhatt Shares She Is Suffering From 'Survivors Guilt' As COVID-19 Cases Surge In India; Says 'The System Has Failed Us'

Pooja Bhatt, who is an active social media user, recently took to her Twitter handle and tweeted about survivors guilt. Check it out!

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Pooja Bhatt Shares She Is Suffering From 'Survivors Guilt' As COVID-19 Cases Surge In India; Says 'The System Has Failed Us'
Pooja Bhatt is one of the most active celebrities on social media. She always shares her thoughts on several issues. Recently, she took to her Twitter handle and tweeted about suffering from survivor's guilt and also added that the system has failed us. Pooja further added that she believes that the political class is responsible for 'leaving us to fend for ourselves.'

Taking to her Twitter handle, she wrote, "Anyone else feeling survivors guilt? I certainly am. Each death I hear of is like a hard blow. The system has failed us and how. The political class has blood on their hands. For not preparing. For sending out a message that 'all is well'. For leaving us to fend for ourselves."

Pooja Bhatt has been actively sharing Covid related posts and urging her fans and followers to stay safe. A few days ago, she shared a message on Instagram that reads, "Now more than ever is a time to connect with the pain & desperation of the world in the face of COVID-19. The Bombay Begums actress further added that we need to physically isolate and also added 'we need to empower, educate and empathise with people we see only as a means to an end - our frontline workers, essential service providers, the list is endless...."

Many Bollywood celebrities take to their social media accounts to spread awareness and share the importance of safety amid the second wave of Coronavirus. Many celebrities are encouraging people to get vaccinated and wear a mask. Priyanka Chopra Jonas recently took to her Twitter handle and urged everyone to wear a mask and stay at home in order to stay safe. Shah Rukh Khan's daughter Suhana Khan also recently expressed her heartbreak at the rising number of coronavirus cases.




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