Sonu Sood came forward to help 3000 students stranded in Kyrgyzstan, will return to India soon


Among these 3000 students, 20 students are also from Jharkhand and Bihar, whose Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is helping to return.

Mumbai. During the Corona era, an actor came to the country by becoming a real hero. Understood the problems of others and extended his hand for all possible help. Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is a topic of discussion on everyone’s words today. After taking thousands of migrants from Maharashtra to their village-house, Sonu is going to work once again.

Sonu Sood has made several tweets for the return of these children. Recently, Sonu said in a tweet for these students, ‘Soon you will be brought back to your homes in India. God will guide us and the prayers of our families will definitely be affected. Kyrgyzstan to India. ‘

Let us tell you that even before this Sonu Sood has been seen not only on the streets, but also on social media, helping people seeking help. In this way, they have taken many people safely to their home. Recently, with the help of Sonu Sood, a migrant laborer opened his welding shop in the name of Sonu Sood.

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promise has finally raised a ray of hope for 20 medical students from Jharkhand and Bihar in Bihar’s 3,000 students trapped in Kyrgyzstan near Russia. Saddam Khan, one of the students of Jharkhand, revealed that the efforts of Bollywood star Sonu Sood, former Bahragowda MLA Kunal Sarangi and social activist Rekha Mishra, have started to recede and the withdrawal process has started. .

Medical student Saddam tweeted, “We thank Sonu Sood, Kunal Sarangi and Rekha Mishra for the collective effort to help 3000 Indian students who came to Kyrgyzstan’s Asian Medical Institute (AMI) to pursue a medical degree, which is a global epidemic.” Kovid is one of the many countries most affected by 19. In his tweet, Saddam said, “The process of rescuing and evacuating us has begun and Sonu Sood has assured us that we will not have to pay any flight fee for our trip to India.”

According to the Hindustan Times news, Kunal Sarangi said that he had tweeted the plight of about 3,000 Indian students, including about 20 from Jharkhand and Bihar. While sharing this tweet, he also shared the video tagging the Ministry of External Affairs and Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren. After watching this video, Soni Sood contacted him and stepped up efforts to return the students.



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