Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been labeled a “Messiah” by many in the coronavirus pandemic. He has actively helped people deal with the crises in Covide. From being stuck in different places to passing through the air to arranging beds and oxygen for those in need, he has come to be there for anyone who asked for help. The actor has donated oxygen cylinders and oxygen concentrators to various hospitals and organizations to help save people amid the ongoing pandemic. Now, Sonu Sood has promised to produce 18 oxygen plants in several Indian states.
The 47-year-old actor has started this noble deed from Kurnool and Nellore in Andhra Pradesh and Mangalore in Karnataka. Other oxygen plants will soon be placed in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Telangana, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and many other states.
These 18 oxygen plants will take up almost 5,500 beds. About the initiative, Sonu said: “In recent months we have seen that the biggest problem we have all had is oxygen and it is not available. My team and I thought about what we need to do to eradicate the oxygen problem from its roots. So we decided to put all oxygen plants in place. that we had to set it up most of the time. “
The actor added, “These oxygen plants would be installed mainly in hospitals where free treatment is given to poor people. Once these oxygen plants are installed, our goal is to kill not a single person in the country as a result of basic utility. Need like oxygen. Let’s all come together. and let’s give a hand to the poor in these times of effort. ” Speaking about the nearby third wave of COVID-19, Sonu said: “This will solve the oxygen problem forever. We now have 750 odd oxygen concentrators and all of them are for home use. But the oxygen plant will continue to provide oxygen for years to come. There would be no shortage of oxygen. will be in these areas. Why wait for a 3rd or 4th wave or a pandemic. These towns will get a full flow of oxygen forever. “
Sonu also stated that these plants will be installed and will start operating next month. The actor has tried to help as many people as possible among his COVID-19 Pandemic with his altruistic work. From delivering oxygen cylinders to helping the poor get proper medical care until they fully establish oxygen plants – Sonu does it all.
Son received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine at Apollo Hospital in Punjab on April 7. Along with getting vaccinated against the infection, the actor launched ‘Sanjeevani – A Shot of Life’, an initiative to encourage people. get vaccinated against the new coronavirus and raise awareness about the country’s inoculation unit. For his part, in front of the film, Sonu has recently announced a new film called ‘Kisaan’, which will be directed by E Niwas and sponsored by filmmaker Raaj Shaandilyaa. Apart from that, they will also appear in the Telugu film ‘Acharya’ starring Chiranjeevi.
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