Sonu Sood Urges Educational Institutes Not To Force Students To Pay Fees Owing To A Financial Crunch

Actor Sonu Sood in his latest Tweet has urged school and colleges to let the student continue the online session, and not force them to pay the deposit

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Sonu Sood Urges Educational Institutes Not To Force Students To Pay Fees Owing To A Financial Crunch
Sonu Sood has been in the limelight for his generous work towards the ones in need during the lockdown period imposed with the outbreak of COVID-19. Now the actor taking to his Twitter account has urged the educational institutes not to force the students who are facing financial crunch to deposit their fees for their online session. Further assuring the school and colleges that these students will bounce back if given time, also stating that these little efforts will be able to save many careers.
His Tweet read, “I request all schools & colleges not to force the needy students to deposit their fees. Kindly do not stop their online classes. Give them some time to bounce back. A little support from you will save many careers. This gesture of empathy will make them better humans too,” followed by a joined hand emoji.  This Tweet of the actor immediately garnered around half a lac likes and seven thousand plus retweets, with people asking the actor for help by commenting on his post.
Check out his Tweet below-

Meanwhile, he also urged the parents who can afford their children's school fees to pay in order to help teachers and school to survive in these difficult times. “To all the parents who can afford to pay their child’s fees, please pay now. As the teachers and schools need to survive too. It’s time to adopt a child’s expense who can’t afford to pay. अभी नहीं तो कभी नहीं।,” he tweeted. ALSO READ: Sonu Sood's Upcoming Telugu Film To Showcase Him In A Larger-Than-Life Role Inspired By His Philanthropic Work During The COVID-19

Sonu Sood flew to Hyderabad to fulfil his work commitment along with his wife. ALSO READ: After Helping Migrants, Sonu Sood Now Turns Messiah For Underprivileged Students; Vouches To Offer Scholarships

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