Hi Hammad, welcome to Fiverr.
I’ve had 4 accounts at different times on Fiverr, so essentially, I’ve had to start from scratch on 4 separate occasions. I know this problem all too well, but I’ve overcome it and created successful gigs relatively quickly every time. The main thing is to make sure your gig looks good. You need a catchy name and a professional cover photo for your gig - try to fill all 3 slots if possible, and 2 of the slots, if not all 3, should be examples of work or the service you provide. Also make sure that the tags on your gig are related to what you provide, but not too generic so as to keep it from getting mixed in with a lot of other, well-performing gigs.
From looking at your profile, I don’t think the cover photo on your gig catches the eye enough. I don’t mean to use this as an opportunity to advertise myself, but I have a new gig which I created precisely for this reason. My gig, which is here https://www.fiverr.com/parradesigns/design-a-professional-fiverr-gig-cover-photo is there to help other people trying to get started or improve sales on Fiverr. I can get your gig looking professional, so you may want to consider making that investment. Regardless of whether you choose to use my services or not, I would personally suggest replacing the cover photo.
Your profile picture looks fine and professional, so no issues there. Your gig description also looks good, so once again, no issues. I would change ‘unique writing’ in your tags to something else, just take the time to think of relevant things to put in.
That’s all I can suggest for you, and remember to be patient. Some gigs take longer than others to get up and running.
Best of luck, and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you’re interested in having a cover photo designed.