Big B arranged four planes for trapped workers in Mumbai

Big B arranged four planes for trapped workers in Mumbai

Due to the lockdown, many people are stuck in different places all over the world. We do not know what countries are doing for the people of their country. But India is doing a great job. Not only the Government of India, but the big actors are also doing their work well for the people of their country.

Sonu Sood, who had been in discussion for so many days, has brought out his laboring brothers from different places day and night. And it is being said that he will also be given the Padma Shri Award.

The Indian government also did not do such a big job, as much work as Sonu Sood and his team did alone and on their own. Sonu Sood is not a big celebrity. But still, he has worked in many films. And more they get the role of the villain. He is rarely seen acting as a hero. But even today, by acting as a villain, O has become a living god for Bharat Bashi. On top of which there is no hero in the world.

The celebrity people of India are helping us with the help of different ways on their behalf. Some are donating money to the Prime Minister’s charity account. So some people are burning the stove in the house of the poor. But there were many celebrity names these days. But Big B’s name has never appeared. But now Big B’s name is coming. Because like Sonu Sood, they are also taking the responsibility of taking our Bharat brothers to their homes.

The labor brothers who are trapped in our distant countries. Our big B means Amitabh Bachchan now standing with him. Many workers have been stuck in Mumbai, Maharashtra for a long time. Now Big B4 special aircraft has been arranged to take those people to their home. They are going to send more than 700 workers in Maharashtra Mumbai with these special planes.

Those who boarded the plane had a different happy driver on their faces. Because with the help of Big B, he was reaching his home. And with the help of Big B, he was also getting a chance to travel on the plane for the first time.

It is learned that on Thursday, two more planes have been arranged by Big B to deliver them to his home. According to Amitabh Bachchan, his colleague Rajesh Yadav arranged those flights. Amitabh Bachchan has said that he should have arranged a train for these workers too, but he could not find them.

According to sources, on Wednesday morning itself, the plane took off from Mumbai to Allahabad, Saadabad, Gorakhpur, and Varanasi, carrying workers. Earlier too, Amitabh Bachchan came forward to help the workers. Rajesh Yadav, an associate for Amitabh Bachchan, also arranged 10 buses to transport more than 300 workers to various villages in present-day Lucknow, Allahabad, Bhadohi, and Uttar Pradesh.

Ghulam Hasan has also thanked Amitabh Bachchan for making such a help, out of these workers who arrived in a plane from Mumbai to Allahabad Bandar on a special plane from Indigo on Wednesday. And they said that we have never sat on the plane before. But with the blessings of Bachchan Sahib got a chance to climb it. I was stuck in a very bad state during the lockdown. Reaching home after 8 months. The workers, named Gula Hasan, work in a sewing shop in the Haji Ali area of ​​Mumbai.

Mukesh, a resident of Azamgarh who returned from Mumbai, also thanked Big B. He said that when I went to Haji Ali, he said that Big B is helping the person going to Uttar Pradesh. And they gave us a form. And only after filling up that form, we got a plane ticket.

Earlier this week, actor Sonu Sood also arranged for a special aircraft to send 180 Assamese workers to their homes. Earlier, the women workers of Orissa who were stranded in Kerala also got full help to return home.

Due to the lockdown that began on 25 March, lakhs of workers were stuck in a very bad state in different places of the country. They had no work, no money. These workers stuck in different states had to go through very bad times. Many people walked on foot to return home. And meanwhile, a lot of people died. Many people even made an impossible attempt to reach their village thousands of kilometers away on a bicycle.

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