Coronavirus Outbreak: Sonu Sood contributes 25,000 face shields to Maharashtra Police
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Thursday took to Twitter to thank the Sonu Sood for his 'generous contribution'
After helping scores of stranded migrant labourers return to their native places amidst the coronavirus pandemic,
actor Sonu Sood has now extended a helping hand towards the coronavirus warriors as he donated 25,000 face shields to Maharashtra Police personnel.
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh on Thursday took to Twitter to thank the Bollywood actor for his "generous contribution" to help the Police personnel who have been working tirelessly amid the testing times.
Responding to the Home Minister, Sood said, "Truly honoured by your kind words Sir! My police brothers and sisters are our real heroes and this is the least that I can do for the commendable work which they have been doing. Jai Hind."
The 46-year-old actor who is known for his roles in films like Singh is Kinng, Simmba, and Happy New Year has been hailed all over the media for arranging hassle-free passage of migrant labourers to their respective homes.
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— ANIL DESHMUKH (@AnilDeshmukhNCP) July 16, 2020
(With inputs from Asian News International)
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