Sonu Sood offers help to Jharkhand boy Sarfaraz whose reporting on plight of government school went viral
Sonu Sood is inspiring millions of his fans with his philanthropic endeavours ever since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country. He is proactively working with his charity Sood Charity Foundation and makes sure he helps everyone who needs him.
The actor-philanthropist has now come forth and offered help to the 12-year-old Jharkhand boy Sarfaraz who recently went viral for his impeccable reporting. In the viral video, Sarfaraz has a sneak peek at the plight of a primary school in the Bhikhachak in the Mahagama subdivision area of Godda.
He could be seen taking the audience around his school campus and showing how classrooms and bathrooms in the school are in dilapidated condition. He showed the playground which is covered in grass and an unfinished borewell that does not have any sort of instrument to get the water out. He also interviews his friends who go to the same school.
Sarfaraz also mentioned the negligence of the school teachers and revealed that they leave after marking their attendance.
Sarfaraz also appealed to the Education Minister of Jharkhand to fix the school system and repair the classrooms and bathrooms.
Sonu Sood offers help to viral Jharkhand boy Sarfaraz
Sonu Sood replied to the video shared by a leading Hindi channel on Twitter and promised to put Sarfaraz in a new school. He also asked him to pack his bags as the hostel is waiting for him.
Have a look at Sonu Sood’s tweet here:
After the video went viral, Mahagama Block Development Officer Praveen Chaudhary reached the school and noticed that there was an attempt made to cover up the school’s mismanagement shown in the video. Chaudhary also informed that a detailed report of the matter has been submitted to the collector and stringent action will be taken against the teachers, News 24 reported.