July 30, Actor Sonu Sood's birthday. And on the occasion of this special day, he announced a special initiative for migrant workers. Sonu announced 3 lakh jobs for the workers who lost their jobs in the lockdown.
Sonu Sood shared this special initiative on social media on the occasion of her birthday. He writes, ‘A small initiative on the occasion of my birthday. 3 lakh job opportunities from expatriate earning.com. These jobs offer good pay, PF, ESI and many other benefits. Thanks to AEPC, CITI, Trident, Amazon, Quesscorp, Sodex, Urban Co, Portea and other companies for their support. '
Earlier, Sonu had announced employment of migrant workers. The actor has taken this initiative especially for those who have lost their jobs due to long lockdown. This is why the expatriate earnings.com app has been created.
It is learned that 500 companies including voluntary organizations, start-ups and government agencies across the country have joined hands with Sonu's app. However, the matter is still in the early stages. Sonu said that the workers will be given jobs according to their work skills. He also gave a helpline number for this.
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On my birthday a small initiative from my side ?..3 lakh jobs tied up for Pravasirojgar.com. All these will provide good wages, PF, ESI and other benefits. Thank you AEPC, CITI, Trident, Quesscorp, Amazon, Sodex, Urban Co, Portea and all others for creating these opportunities with me. #AbIndiaBanegaKamyaab @pravasirojgar
After seeing the plight of farmers in Andhra Pradesh and helping them with tractors, Sonu Sood has decided to help a flood-affected family in Bihar. A farmer is devastated after losing his son and two oxen in the floods. This time Sonu extended her helping hand towards him.
A woman tweeted asking for the farmer's help. “It simply came to our notice then. Bhola has lost her son and two oxen needed to make a living in the floods. We have decided to give him a cow so that he can earn money by selling cow's milk. '
Sonu replied as soon as she saw the tweet. Expressing grief over the tragic incident, he wrote, “The bulls will reach their homes this evening so that there is no loss of livelihood. We should protect the farmers. '