Once Bollywood actor and activist Sonu Sood posted a video urging the Indian government to provide free education to children who had lost their parents due to COVID-19, global icon Priyanka Chopra Jonas threw her weight behind the case, calling him a “visionary enhancer”.
In the widely shared video, Blacks are pleading with Indian institutions to come up with a framework to provide free education to children orphaned by COVID-19.
“There should be a rule that clearly states that children who have lost their parents due to COVID-19 have the right to free education up to the level of their university. They can either study in private or government schools / colleges, it is their wish but it should be given to them for free. Black said in Hindi.” Such a ruling must be the rule so that the future of these children is protected. “
This actor has been in the forefront of providing relief from Coronavirus in India. Earlier, it also helped migrant workers return to their cities when they lost their source of livelihood due to sudden closures last year.
Chopra Jonas, who has been raising money for India since the second wave of COVID-19, shared a video of Sood and described him as a “visionary”.
“#EveryLifeMatters Have you heard of visionary philanthropists? My colleague sonu_sood is one of those. He thinks and plans … First, he inspired me that Sonu made this critical note. Second, in typical Sonu’s style, he also thought of a solution and came up with some suggestions for action. Suggestion.” Sonu for both state and central governments to ensure free education for all Covid-affected children. Whatever grade of school they go to – school, college or pursue graduate studies. The goal is not to allow discontinuation and certainly not due to lack of funding. Chopra Jonas said: “If it is ignored, Too many children would be left without a chance as adults.
Aside from being one of India’s biggest cultural exports, Chopra Jonas is also a UNICEF Global Ambassador.
Chopra Jonas and Sood have been fighting for India amid the COVID-19 crisis.