Sonu Sood Ties Up With SpiceJet To Bring Back 1,500 Indian Students From Kyrgyzstan
Many have hailed Sonu Sood as the 'Messiah' for his work during these rough times. The
46-year-old Bollywood actor has been in the spotlight for his tireless work during the entire lockdown. The 'Dabaang' Actor has been helping migrants reach their hometowns ever since the beginning of the lockdown. Sonu Sood has been arranging free bus and train services for all the migrants to return home.
In addition to that, he has now launched a new mobile application to help the migrants find jobs. Sonu Sood has been personally overseeing that no migrant gets stranded in Maharashtra and has been appealing to people to reach out to him personally if they have any problem. And in yet another heroic deed, Sonu Sood has tied up with SpiceJet to bring back
1,500 Indian Students from Kyrgyzstan. On Thursday (July 23), SpiceJet announced that it would be commencing nine flights over the next two months to bring back Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan.
The first flight of this mission took from Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on Thursday (July 23) and will bring back 135 Indian Students stranded in Kyrgyzstan to their hometown of Varanasi.