Sonu sood sends off 750 migrant workers back home as netizens hail him

Sonu Sood, a bollywood actor, has taken up the mantle by transporting 750 people in 21 buses to Karnataka, UP through his Ghar Bhejo initiative.

Sonu sood sends off 750 migrant workers back home as netizens hail him
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In the wake of the coronavirus, the country is now in its fourth phase of lockdown where thousands of people have been keen to go back to their homes in different cities of the country. The plight of the migrant workers etched in visuals of people walking alone, or with their families, friends or in groups from one city to another has been constant during the lockdown. While state governments have been making efforts to help the migrants go back home, Sonu Sood, one of Bollywood’s well-known actor have personally taken up the mantle transporting 750 people in 21 buses to Karnataka, UP through his Ghar Bhejo initiative.

Sonu Sood has been making headlines for arranging buses for those who wish to go back to their hometown for a while now. The actor arranged buses to states like Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar with the required permissions. The notable bit is that the real Dabangg star is not done yet, and is continuing to help these migrant workers on a regular basis. As per reports, after sending migrants to Karnataka, Sonu arranged for the journey of around 400 people to UP and Bihar.

Social media has been flooded with pictures and videos of Sonu seeing off the travellers. These visuals have been going viral on social media with celebrities hailing him for his efforts. In a commendable gesture, Sonu has also been responding to those who have been reaching out to him. Some of the memes are down below.

Netizens have been going crazy about him with memes hailing his efforts going viral. Furthermore, celebrities like Saina Nehwal, Sania Mirza, Farah Khan and many others had lauded him for his gesture. Earlier, Sonu had also made headlines for offering his six-storey Mumbai hotel as a quarantine facility for the patients suffering from COVID-19 and for providing food to those fasting during Ramadan.

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