Heartbroken by the tragic Pakistan International Airline plane crash on Friday, former Team India all-rounder Irfan Pathan offered his condolences and prayers to the families of the deceased.Also Read - Australian Open: India's Challenge Ends With Sania Mirza-Rajeev Ram Loss in Quarters

Minutes before making its scheduled landing at the Jinnah International Airport, a PIA plane carrying 99 people crashed in a nearby densely-populated location leaving dozens dead. Also Read - Legends Cricket League: Shoaib Akhtar Felt Like Punching Mohammed Kaif, Says Do Not Walk At Me

“Heartbreaking to know about the Karachi plane crash. They were just few minutes away from meeting their families. Heartfelt condolences to the families of the deceased. Hope the injured will recover soon,” Pathan said in a tweet. Also Read - Highlights IMR vs ALN Legends Cricket League 2022 T20 Match Updates: India Maharajas Beat Asia Lions By 6 Wickets

In a report filed by news agency PTI, it has been learned that at least 66 people have lost their lives in the Karachi plane crash.

Earlier, India tennis ace Sania Mirza urged the Almighty to give strength to the families of the deceased. Sania reacted while commenting on her husband Shoaib Malik’s tweet.

The sad part of the crash is its timing – it comes in at a time when the country, like every other nation is fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

Former Pakistan skipper and current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan also offered his prayers and condolences to families of the deceased. He assured the citizens that an immediate inquiry will be instituted over the crash.