Tribune News Service
Amritsar, August 5
Actor Sonu Sood, who received accolades for serving to migrants attain again safely to their native locations through the lockdown, has come to the rescue of 4 youngsters who misplaced their father, a rickshaw-puller, within the Tarn Taran spurious liquor tragedy, and their mom, who couldn’t bear the shock of dropping her husband.
The 4 — Karanbir (13), Gurpreet (11), Arshpreet (9) and Sandeep (5) — have been accommodated quickly by their uncle Sarwan Singh (deceased Sukhdev’s brother). He too felt helpless because of his meagre earnings.
“Due to financial constraints, I am unable to take care of my brother’s children. I am an auto-rickshaw driver. My wife, three daughters and a son are dependent on me,” he mentioned.
The actor got here throughout their plight by one in all his pals in Punjab. Extending a serving to hand, he tweeted: “I assure these little kids from Punjab will have a good home, a nice school and a bright future ahead.”
Talking to The Tribune, Sood mentioned: “They are no more orphans now. I am there to take care of them. I was keenly following the liquor tragedy. I was moved to know the story of Tarn Taran-based four children. We are on the lookout for a best place where they could be accommodated and get good education.”
Sood roped in his pal Karan Gilhotra from Chandigarh to hint them and prolong the assistance. Gilhotra, who’s the chairman of the PHD Chambers of Commerce in Punjab, mentioned already a youngsters’s residence, Mata Chaya Ashram, in Abohar, had been shortlisted for the kids. “If their guardians permit, we will shift the children there. They will have homely atmosphere and their education will be taken care of by us,” he mentioned.