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Sonu Sood: I-T survey on premises linked to actor Sonu Sood in Mumbai, Lucknow

Income tax department officials ‘surveyed’ around six properties in Mumbai and Lucknow, which are all linked to Bollywood actor Sonu Sood on Wednesday.

Officials confirmed that the visit of the I-T officials, which was not termed as raid, was made in connection with an alleged tax evasion probe.

Reports said that a real estate deal is under the scanner of the income tax department.

The I-T survey has been reported soon after Sood became the brand ambassador of the Delhi government’s mentorship programme.

He received a national and humanitarian acclaim for helping people during the pandemic.

Sonu Sood and his Bollywood Connect

Sonu Sood is a well-known Bollywood star, however, since last one year, he garnered the image of a messiah who helped lakhs of migrants, students and others to reach out to their destination when lockdown was clamped in India in 2020 to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Let’s figure out why Sood is considered as a real life hero:

In May 2020, Sood helped thousands of stranded migrants to reach their homes by arranging buses, special trains and chartered flights for them during the lockdown clamped in the city due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In July 2020, he arranged a chartered flight to bring home over 1,500 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan, flying them from Bishkek to Varanasi.

On 25 July 2020, a video of a farmer’s daughters ploughing a field, like bulls with a yoke on their shoulders, went viral over social media and Sood was quick to send the family a tractor.

His charity during the pandemic was lauded, and he was hailed as a real-life hero in India.

 On 5 August 2020, he helped 101 medical students, predominantly from Tamil Nadu, who were stranded in Moscow during the lockdown, reach Chennai safely on a chartered flight arranged by him after they contacted his team for help.

On his birthday he launched a website and app called Pravasi Rojgar to help migrant workers find suitable jobs amid the pandemic.

On 19 February 2021, Sood launched an initiative ‘Ilaaj India’ platform to provide healthcare services for needy people.

On April 15, Sood sent 10 oxygen generators for Indore patients and urged all to help each other.


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