Iffat Omar has promised to get 10 individuals vaccinated after leaping queue to get vaccinated herself at Federal Minister for Housing and Works Tariq Bashir Cheema’s residence in Lahore. The model-turned-actor additionally admitted her fault and apologised for her actions after receiving a barrage of criticism and backlash.

Responding to a social media consumer, Omar mentioned that not solely will she forgo the second dose, however she can even get 10 individuals vaccinated.

When the consumer instructed her why he was offended over her actions, Omar mentioned: “I remorse and [am] actually ashamed however I’ll repair it.”

“Please settle for my forgiveness,” she added.

The mannequin additional made her intentions clear by responding to different customers and asserting that she’s going to get 10 deserving individuals vaccinated in opposition to the virus.

Omar had come within the line of fireplace after a video of hers receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at Cheema’s residence went viral on social media with netizens accusing her of leaping the queue to get vaccinated when extra deserving residents nonetheless have to attend. On the time, solely these aged 60 and above might avail the free vaccine beneath the federal government drive, whereas these aged 50 might get registered for a shot and there was no commercially out there vaccine in opposition to the coronavirus in Pakistan.

The minister had initially denied accusations of leaping queue and claimed {that a} workforce from the College of Well being Sciences (UHS) had arrived at his residence to manage a ‘booster shot’ of a ‘trial vaccine’.

The minister mentioned the identical workforce had earlier administered the primary dose of the trial vaccine to his household at their residence.

In the meantime, Omar at the moment had instructed individuals to “take it simple”.

In a now-deleted tweet, the mannequin had mentioned that she obtained a booster shot of the Chinese language vaccine CanSino. Nonetheless, Pakistani Twitterati had known as her out on the declare, mentioning that CanSino was a single-dose vaccine and doesn’t require a booster shot.