Sonu Sood Bats For Free Education For Children Who Lost Parents To COVID-19; Makes An Emotional Appeal To Government

Sonu Sood has requested the Government to provide free education to the children who lost their parents to Coronavirus

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Sonu Sood Bats For Free Education For Children Who Lost Parents To COVID-19; Makes An Emotional Appeal To Government
Sonu Sood is doing everything possible to help people in need amidst the Coronavirus crisis. From arranging beds, oxygen cylinders and ventilators, he is giving his best to be helpful. He is termed as 'Messiah' as indeed Sonu Sood has turned out to be God sent for many. Now, in such times, the Dabangg actor has requested the Government to provide free education to the children who lost their parents to Coronavirus. He shared a video making his appeal on social media.

In the video that he shared on Instagram, Sonu Sood said, "I would like to request the government, the state government, central government or whichever institutes that are trying to help, that there should be a rule that whosoever has lost family members during Covid-19, the education of their kids, from school to college, be it in a government school or private school, should be free of cost.” He also mentioned that a system should be put in place for those who are helping people in such difficult times. He stated that many have lost their sole breadwinners and they need help.

The actor shared the video with the caption, "Need to come together for every individual who’s lost a loved one in this pandemic."

It was recently that Sonu Sood recuperated from Coronavirus. The actor was in home quarantine as he had mild symptoms. Soon he recovered and was back to doing his philanthropic work. He also launched India Fights With Covid on Telegram mobile app for people to find hospital beds and more.




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