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Sonu Sood becomes Messiah again, helps students trapped in Ukraine return to India – actor sonu sood helps Indian students stranded in war torn ukraine

Actor Sonu Sood, who became the messiah of many people, including migrant workers in Koro’s time, has once again shown his huge heart. A number of Indian students have been stranded in Ukraine during the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia. Several students shared the video saying that they got help from Sonu Sood’s charity organization. A student named Harsha said, “We were trapped in Kiev and Sonu Sood Sir and his team helped us to get out of there. Now we are heading towards Leave and this place is safe. After that we will reach India from there.”

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Another student, Charu, said: “I am leaving Kiev. Sonu Sood Surrey has helped us at the right time. We will reach Lev shortly and cross the Polish border by tonight. Thank you very much for giving us new hope. “

The fourth flight carrying Indian students from Ukraine arrived at the Delhi airport, said a student who had come from there to save his life. This student explained how Sonu Sood and his team gave him proper guidance. Sonu Sood tweeted a video of the student saying, “Ukraine is having a very difficult time for Indian students and my most difficult assignment so far. Fortunately we have managed to get many students across the border to a safer area. In this post, Sonu also commended the Government of India, the Indian Embassy and the Ministry of External Affairs for their outstanding performance.

During the Corona epidemic, Sonu Sood was instrumental in repatriating migrant workers, repatriating Indian students and providing medical supplies, including oxygen. This noble work of Sonu Sood was highly praised.

With the help of Indians and Ukrainians coming to the Polish border, the businessman from Vadodara manages to eat and drink at his own expense.

Meanwhile, a medical student named Naveen Shekharappa was killed in a Russian firing in Kiev on March 1. About 17,000 Indians have left Ukraine since the Kiev-based Indian Embassy announced its first travel advisory.

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