Sonu Sood, who had tested positive for Coronavirus a few days ago, has now completely recovered from the virus. The actor has been working relentlessly amid the Coronavirus pandemic to help all those in need. On Thursday, he shared a video, requesting the government to provide free education to kids who lost their parents to Coronavirus. He expressed his concern towards those children who lost their parents due to COVID-19 at a young age. Sonakshi Sinha has shown her support to Sonu Sood’s appeal, and asked people in power to consider it.
Sharing the video, Sonu Sood wrote, “Need to come together for every individual who’s lost a loved one in this pandemic." In his video, he appealed to the government as well as organizations that want to help, and said that amid the pandemic, many people have lost their loved ones. “Children, as young as 8, 10 and 12 years old, have lost a parent and in some cases, even both parents. I always wonder what will happen to their future,” he said. Requesting the central and state governments, and humanitarian organisations, Sonu Sood suggested that there should be a rule that the education of any kid who lost a family member during the pandemic, should be free of cost.
Sonakshi Sinha shared Sonu Sood’s video on her Instagram stories, and wrote, “People in 'Power' please socho aur samjho, think and understand". She was all praise for Sonu Sood, and she wrote, “Massive Respect Sonu Sood" followed by clapping emojis.
“There should be a rule that any child who has lost family members during Covid-19, their education, from school to college, be it in a government school or private school, should be free of cost. Whichever field they want to pursue studies in, be it engineering or medicine, should be free of cost. There should be a rule so that they can save their future,” said Sonu Sood, in his video.
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