This Is What Sonu Sood Thinks About The Children Who Lost Their Parents During Covid-19

Sonu Sood

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood is someone who became big support to those struggling during the pandemic. Again he came up with the idea about the education of children, who lost their parents during COVID-19. So scroll down to see his video.

On Thursday actor Sonu Sood took to her Instagram to share a video, about children’s education. In the video, he was seen appealing to the central and state governments and also the humanitarian organizations to think about those children who lost their parents. And unfortunately cannot pursue their education.

Sharing his thoughts he said that there are many children who lost their loved ones during the second wave of Covid. And there are so many who are as young as 10 to 12 years old and lost both their parents. Which is a matter of concern for society. And therefore expressing his concern he posted this video. And asked central and state governments, to make the education of these children free of cost.

In the video he can be heard saying “I would like to request the government, the state government, central government or whichever institutes that are trying to help, that there should be a rule that whosoever has lost family members during Covid-19, the education of their kids, from school to college, be it in a government school or private school, should be free of cost.” and also captioning the video he wrote: “Need to come together for every individual who’s lost a loved one in this pandemic,” 

Watch it below:

Sonu is among those actors who worked as a front-line supporter ever since the pandemic in the country began. During the pandemic, he helped many migrant workers reach their hometowns. Who was stuck up after the nationwide lockdown last year in 2020. But this was not enough. As the actor also helped students reach exam centers. And now he is also helping people with medicines and oxygen in the time of this crisis.

Also, read “India Is Bleeding” Says Priyanka Chopra And Sets Up A COVID-19 Fundraiser