Actor Sonu Sood, who became a real hero by sending the stranded migrants to their homes due to the lockdown, has sent 172 migrants from Uttarakhand to Uttarakhand via a special flight. The people of Uttarakhand have also admired Sonu’s generosity. Emigrants who arrived at Jollygrant Airport on Friday praised Sonu Sood freely.
Actor Sonu Sood, who has brought migrants to their homes at their expense for the last several days, is in the news these days. This time Sonu came as an angel for the migrants of Uttarakhand. Sonu has set an example of humanity by sending 172 people of Uttarakhand by air to Jollygrant from Mumbai. At four o’clock on Friday, Air Asia’s special flight reached Jollygrant Airport from Mumbai to Dehradun with the passengers of Garhwal and Kumaon Division.
Passengers at the airport thanked Bollywood actor Sonu Sood. Passengers have been sent to Dehradun and other places for institutional quarantine under the supervision of Deputy Collector Laxmiraj Chauhan, Naib Tehsildar Roop Singh, Nodal Officer Ajay Pandey, etc. SDM Laxmiraj Chauhan said that some of the passengers from Mumbai were accompanied by children, who have been sent for quarantine in their districts. Told that most of the people on this flight were from Tehri, Uttarkashi, Pauri, Dehradun, Chamoli, and Bageshwar districts. Airport manager Sumit Saxena said that 172 people have arrived in Jolly Grant on this special non-scheduled flight from Mumbai.
Sonu sir is no less than an angel
Deepak Singh, a resident of Mianwala (Dehradun), said that he works in Mumbai. Work ceased after the lockdown, causing his financial situation to deteriorate. A friend told him about Sonu Sood. Even after a lot of effort, when Sonu was not contacted, then his friend contacted Sonu and made him aware of his problems. Deepak says that seeing Sonu’s work, he hoped that his path would definitely open. However, when it comes to knowing that Sonu is arranging a special flight for him, he was happy.
On Friday, when Sonu himself gave him a flight ticket at Mumbai airport, he felt as if an angel had come to the earth. Surendra Pathak, resident of Bageshwar told that they were stranded in Mumbai for a long time. Due to the lockdown, there was no arrangement to return to Uttarakhand. When some people from our group told Sonu about the problem, they assured to send everyone at their expense. Two days ago, they came to know that Sonu has actually got their tickets for airplane, not for buses or trains.