Questions raised on Sonu Sood for the help of migrants? The actor said- I am working for the loving workers
Mumbai. Actor Sonu Sood, who made headlines for helping migrant workers reach his home, dismissed all allegations that he wanted to enter politics. He said that what he is doing, he is "completely loving". Actors are arranging transportation for thousands of laborers anxious to return home, and are being given the title of Messiah of Migrant Workers. Sood said, "I have nothing to do with politics. I am doing this because of my love for workers. I want to help him meet his family. ”He estimates that he has helped 18,000 to 20,000 workers return to their home states of Odisha, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand.
Sood said, "I wish that every laborer should keep working till he reaches his home." The journey will continue vigorously. No one should remain homeless. We want them to reach their homes safely. ”They were barred from meeting the workers on Monday night by the police outside Bandra Terminus. The 46-year-old actor, who came to Mumbai from Moga in Punjab, made his mark with films like "Dabangg" and "Jodha Akbar". Sonu met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray who praised the workers for helping them get home.
Sanjay Raut, the ruling Shiv Sena MP in Maharashtra, had criticized him as to whether the BJP had pushed him to help the workers amid the lockdown so as to tarnish the government's image. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has praised Sood for working for the workers. Sood said, "I love him because I too came to Mumbai as a migrant." One day I boarded the train and reached here. Everyone dreams of a good future in the metropolis.