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Priyanka Chopra come forward to support Sonu Sood’s plea for free education for kids who lost their parents to COVID-19
ByHarshal 03 May 2021 09:04 AM 98
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Priyanka Chopra has come forward to support Sonu Sood's plea with the expectation of free education for those children who have lost their parents to COVID-19. Labeling the entertainer as a 'visionary donor,' PC shared Sonu's video on her Instagram account and stretched out help to his motivation.


"Right off the bat, I am motivated that Sonu mentioned this basic observable fact. Furthermore, in the typical Sonu style, he has additionally thought about an answer and think of certain ideas for activity. Sonu's idea is for both the state and local governments to guarantee free training for all youngsters influenced by Covid. Whatever phase of studies they are at—school, school, or seeking after higher examinations. The point isn't to permit a delay and unquestionably not for the absence of money. Whenever disregarded, countless kids would be left without the chance as grown-ups," wrote the actress.

Further engaging individuals to help a youngster's schooling, PC stated, "For that outside govt, I appeal to your sympathy joined with liberality and be the humanitarians, thump on establishment entryways or any individual who can assist with having an effect that will matter. Receive the training of a youngster on the off chance that you can.

I support entirely Sonu's thoughts, and I will effectively run after discovering approaches to help instruction since I have consistently accepted that #educationforeverychild is an inheritance. Furthermore, we can't as a general public let the infection change that." Interestingly, Priyanka's post got a reaction from Union Minister for Women and Child Development Smriti Irani. They shared a kid helpline number and expressed, "Each state government and locale authority is aware of help offer help to youngsters out of luck and misery. Each region has been coordinated to guarantee that Child Welfare Committees in the area focus on such youngsters."


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