Sonu Sood has proved no matter what one should keep trying and give their best in whatever situation they face. The actor has been praised and recognized for the marvellous work he has done in the past year since the globe was affected by COVID-19. Now the actor who has been arranging medical facilities across India has made a heartbreaking request. The Simmba actor in his recent tweet has mentioned India in immense need of oxygen.
Sonu Sood tweeted, “My country needs OXYGEN,” with folded hands emoji and the Indian flag. This Tweet of the actor is soul-shattering and explains the severity of this pandemic. The comments section of the actor’s Tweet saw many reaching out to the actor asking for help. With the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic, India observed a massive requirement of oxygen for the survival of its citizens. As per reports in the media around 40 countries have extended their support towards India and managed to send oxygen generators.
Take a look at the actor’s Tweet below-
My country needs OXYGEN 🙏🇮🇳— sonu sood (@SonuSood) May 3, 2021
The actor on May 1 had penned a Tweet expressing his disappointment over China creating a hurdle by stopping the oxygen consignment to India. His Tweet read, “We are trying to get hundreds of oxygen concentrators to India. It's sad to say that China has blocked lots of our consignments and here in India we are losing lives every minute. I request @China_Amb_India @MFA_China to help us get our consignments cleared so we can save lives.”
From sending migrant workers to home stuck due to lockdown to supporting people financially for education and medical purposes, the actor has won a special place in the people’s heart with his kind deeds. ALSO READ: Sonu Sood Feels Heartbroken As A COVID-19 Patient Dies Despite Arranging A Hospital Bed; Says ‘Sometimes Life Is So Unfair’
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