Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is like an guardian angel to many across the country. He has been tirelessly helping the needy in the wake of coronavirus outbreak. He is helping individuals to reach home amid this lockdown period. From arranging buses to arranging train and flight tickets, Sonu Sood is doing his best and helping the migrant workers, students, nurses, and many others amid this pandemic. The actor has now arranged a charter flight for Indian students who are stranded in Kyrgyzstan, a country in Central Asia. Sonu Sood to Write a Book on His Experience of Helping Migrant Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic.

Sonu Sood shared a post on Twitter and shared this good news to the students stranded in Kyrgyzstan. He revealed that the first charter flight from Bishkek to Varanasi would be operating on July 22, which is tomorrow. We are sure that the Indian students stranded there would be relieved to know about it. His post read, “This is to inform to all the students of Kyrgyzstan that it’s time to come home we are operating the first charter Bishkek -Varanasi on 22nd July. The details of which will be sent to your email id and mobile phones in a while. Charters for other states will also fly this week.” Sonu Sood to Extend Monetary Support to 400 Families of Deceased and Injured Migrants.

Sonu Sood’s Tweet

There are many students who are unable to return home owing to the lockdown imposed and travel ban. But finally, there is a ray of hope for those 20 students from Jharkhand and Bihar, among the 3,000 students stuck in Kyrgyzstan. Be it the students or migrant workers or any other needy person, be it for reaching home, providing safety equipment or for any other requirements, all are approaching Sonu Sood to help them out in this hour of crisis.

(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jul 21, 2020 10:28 AM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website