In the second phase of COVID-19, Sonu Sood became helpless, unable to arrange medicines and beds

Sonu Sood has written in a tweet- Let us all together save lives.  (File photo)

Sonu Sood has written in a tweet- Let us all together save lives. (File photo)

Sonu Sood has written in a tweet- ‘I am sure we can save many more lives. This is not the time to blame, but to come forward for the needy, who need your help. Those who are not able to meet the medical needs, try to reach them.

Mumbai. Last year, when migrant laborers started migrating from Mumbai due to Coronavirus, many of them started going home on foot. In such a situation, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood emerged as the messiah for these migrant laborers. Since then, he has been continuously helping the needy people till today. But in the second wave of Corona, Sonu Sood is feeling helpless. The actor tweeted through his Twitter account that the situation in Corona has become very terrible. Leave beds in the hospital, even medicines and injections are not available.

Sonu has written in the tweet that, ‘I have not kept my phone down since morning. I am constantly getting calls from all over the country and people are asking to arrange beds, medicines and injections. I feel very helpless, because I am not able to arrange these things. He has requested people to stay at home, wear masks and protect themselves from infection, given the dangerous condition of Corona. At the end of the tweet, he has also shared the emoji of the folded hand.

Sonu Sood’s post.

Sonu has tweeted another. In it, he has written- ‘I am sure that we can save many more lives. This is not the time to blame anyone, but to come forward for a needy who needs your help. Those who are not able to meet the medical needs, try to reach them. Let us all save lives together. I am always ready to serve you. Let me tell you that Sonu Sood himself has been infected with Corona virus. Giving this news on social media, he said that he is still with people to help them. Sonu Sood transported 10 cylinders of oxygen to a hospital in Indore a few days ago.




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