Sonu Sood has been doing a tremendous job of helping migrant workers and other common people reach the safety of their home towns amid the Coronavirus lockdown. The actor has been getting accolades for his work and even got a pat on the back by political leaders like Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray, Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshiyari, CM of Odisha, CM of Punjab Capt. Amarinder Singh, Smriti Irani and other Bollywood celebs as well. However, there are a few who are raising questions over his generosity and work.
A Facebook user raised a question that several Twitter accounts that asked Sonu’s help in reaching their home towns have now been deleted and hence according to him is a matter of questionable doubt. Sonu had responded to these Twitter accounts but now only his reply tweet can be seen and the account’s tweet is deleted as the profile is no longer there. However, the truth is that since a lot of these accounts were of migrant workers and were made only for the sole purpose to ask help from the actor since Sonu was responding to their plight and asking for information on the micro-blogging site.
Hundreds of accounts that tweeted to Sonu Sood for help have disappeared from Twitter overnight. The strange part is...
Now, that the intent has been met and the several of these people have reached their destination they were not looking to continue with Twitter accounts, as it is most of them had asked someone well-versed with social media to make their accounts and later delete, once they reached Sonu and got his help.
Sonu had launched a helpline number and shared it on Twitter asking for information of any person who needs conveyance to reach their hometowns. Several people responded to this and helped their maids, building watchmen, factory workers, daily wage earners and others reach their homes and helped them by creating their Twitter accounts so that they can reach Sonu with their present location and intended destination.