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Sonu Sood Helps Suresh Raina's Aunt Get Oxygen Cylinder

The actor came forward to help Raina who posted a tweet on Thursday, saying he needed an oxygen cylinder for his aunt in Meerut

Sonu Sood Helps Suresh Rainas Aunt Get Oxygen Cylinder

Sentinel Digital Desk

Mumbai: Bollywood actor, humanitarian also popularly known as Messiah, Sonu Sood has been actively helping people since the COVID-19 crisis hit our country. This time the actor came forward to help the Cricketer Suresh Raina who posted a tweet on Thursday, saying he needed an oxygen cylinder for his aunt in Meerut.

Raina posted, "Urgent requirement of an oxygen cylinder in Meerut for my aunt. Age – 65 Hospitalised with Severe lung infection. Covid + SPO2 without support 70 SPO2 with support 91 Kindly help with any leads."
After seeing the post, the actor immediately replied, "Oxygen cylinder reaching in 10 mins bhai." Soon after, Raina replied, "Sonu Paji thank you so much for all the help. Big big help! Stay blessed."
During the second wave of the pandemic, Sood and his charitable foundation have been helping people with their urgent medical needs which include oxygen cylinders, hospital beds, etc. He has been extremely prompt on social media in aiding those in need. Recently, he and his team helped at least 22 patients looking for oxygen in a hospital in Bengaluru. They also arranged for a critically ill COVID patient to be airlifted from Jhansi to Hyderabad for necessary treatment.
The actor has started a mission wherein he raised his voice for those children who have lost parents during the pandemic. Sonu started the mission to support their education and appealed to the government and other charitable foundations to help with the cause.
On Instagram, Sood posted, "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."
He shared a video on Instagram, saying that people need to come together for every individual who's lost a loved one in this pandemic.
He further said that anyone who has lost a loved one due to scarcity of oxygen or injection has not failed. "Anyone who has lost a loved one due to scarcity of Oxygen or an injection, will never be able to live in peace all their life. They will always live with a feeling that they failed to save their family. I want to tell them, You didn't fail, We did," Sonu tweeted late on Tuesday night.


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