Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has become the messiah for many people in the corona virus epidemic. He started helping people last year. Sonu Sood is still continuously helping people.
Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has become the messiah for many people in the corona virus epidemic. He started helping people last year. Sonu Sood is still continuously helping people. Now the veteran actor has taken a big decision to defeat the corona virus in India and save the lives of people, knowing that his fans will not stop praising him.
India is facing a shortage of oxygen and ventilators in the country these days. Due to this, Sonu Sood has decided to take oxygen plants from other countries to meet the lack of oxygen in the country. According to the news of English website Times of India, Sonu Sood is bringing oxygen plants from France and other countries for setting up in different places in India.
Sonu Sood plans to set up at least four oxygen plants in India’s worst-affected COVID-19 states, including Delhi and Maharashtra. Talking about this, Sonu Sood said, ‘We have seen many people suffering due to the unavailability of oxygen cylinders. We have got it now, and are already giving it to the people. However, these oxygen plants will not only supply to entire hospitals, but will also fill oxygen cylinders and solve a major problem of people suffering from COVID-19 ‘.
According to the news, the first plant has been ordered and it will arrive from France in 10 – 12 days. Sonu Sood further said, ‘Time is the biggest challenge for us and we are doing our best to ensure that everything comes on time and that we do not lose more lives’. Sonu Sood’s work is being praised once again on social media.
The actor’s fans and all the social media users are praising him a lot. Let us tell you that due to the corona virus epidemic, there is a shortage of beds, medicines, oxygen and vaccine in most hospitals of the country. Due to which people are facing a lot of problems too. However Sonu Sood is constantly helping people suffering from Corona virus.