Jun 12, 2020, 09:51 PM IST
Send home of Sonu Sood and Niti Goyal, the mission is going on continuously in the unlocked phase one. On Friday afternoon, Sonu reached once again to leave more than 2000 migrants from Mumbai's Borivali station. Sonu was earlier arranging for sending buses to migrant workers, now they are carrying out this work through trains.
Fresh visuals of @SonuSood, who bid adieu to 2000 migrants from Borivali heading to their homes in #UttarPradesh. He has been the pioneer of starting the #GharBhejo initiative with #NeetiGoel helping thousands of migrants reach home in all states across the country💪. #SonuSood pic.twitter.com/05Jk61aSBf
– Atul Mohan (@atulmohanhere) June 12, 2020
According to reports, till now Sonu has sent around 20 thousand people to his house. This includes people from Assam, Odisha and Uttarakhand for whom Sonu had booked flight tickets.
Politics on help
Earlier on the night of June 8, Sonu Sood was not allowed inside Mumbai's Bandra terminal station. They had come from there to bid farewell to some laborers boarding a labor special train going to Uttar Pradesh. But the RPF did not let him take the platform. During this, Sood remained sitting in the RPF office for about 45 minutes. However, Sonu Sood had said about this incident- 'It doesn't matter to me whether I got to go on the platform or not. My job is to send laborers to their homes and I came here to wish them. '
Shiv Sena criticized
Earlier, the Shiv Sena, through its mouthpiece 'Saamana', accused Sood of working on a script written by the BJP to discredit the state government. He also questioned the sudden appearance of Mahatma Sood in the social scene of Maharashtra. After which Sonu went to Matoshree on Sunday night and met CM Uddhav Thackeray.