Sonu Sood Extended Help To Bihar’s Graduate Chaiwali After Her Tea Stall Gets Seized By Authorities In Patna; Says, ‘No One Will Ask Her To Move Now’

Sonu Sood helps Priyanka Gupta aka Bihar’s Graduate Chaiwali after her tea stall was seized by the Patna authorites

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Sonu Sood Extended Help To Bihar’s Graduate Chaiwali After Her Tea Stall Gets Seized By Authorities In Patna; Says, ‘No One Will Ask Her To Move Now’
Over the past three years, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has extended his help to anyone and everyone. From helping workers reach their village during the global pandemic to now helping Priyanka Gupta, aka Bihar’s Graduate Chaiwali, get her tea stall back, the actor has left no stone unturned to help those in need.

The actor recently took to his Twitter account to reassure the netizens that he has made arrangements for Priyanka’s stall. He shared that no one will ever ask her to move and that he looks forward to drinking her tea next time he visits Bihar. He wrote, "Arrangement has been done for Priyanka's tea shop. No one will ask her to move away now. I shall soon come to Bihar and enjoy your tea." ALSO READ: Sonu Sood Has THIS Reaction To A Fan Gifting Him His Portrait Made With Blood! Says ‘This Is What You Have Done Wrong’


For the unversed, Gupta, who started her own tea stall after not being able to get a job for two years, runs a tea stall near the Patna Women’s College. Her stall was seized by the Patna Municipal Corporation months ago due to an anti-encroachment campaign. A video of her asking for help had gone viral on social media. ALSO READ: Sonu Sood Extends Support To Ranveer Singh Over His NUDE Photoshoot Controversy: ‘There Will Be People To Point Fingers At You’

News18 recently shared a new video of the economics graduate, in which she alleged that she was a victim of misogyny since many illegal businesses were continuing to run and only her tea cart was targeted. Talking about the same, in a broken voice, Priyanka can be heard saying, "Here, women’s status is confined to the kitchen. Girls do not have the right to move forward. So many other carts are there in Patna. So much of illegal work is being done in Patna - liquor is being sold (and so on). The system is not active there. But if a girl tries to run her own business, she will be bothered time and again. There is no power to do my own business."

Recently, the tea stall owner shared posts on her Instagram account about opening franchises around Bihar.

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