Sonu Sood Extends Support to Bring Back 1500 Indian Students from Kyrgyzstan

Sonu Sood Extends Support to Bring Back 1500 Indian Students from Kyrgyzstan”

The airline also said that it operated the first charter flight from Bishkek (capital of Kyrgyzstan) to bring back 135 students to their hometown of Varanasi today.

After grabbing headlines for arranging buses to send home migrant labourers stranded in Maharashtra and other parts of the country, actor Sonu Sood arranged a chartered flight to bring home 135 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan. The second flight will take off on 24 July.

"SpiceJet.will operate nine charter flights to evacuate over 1,500 Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan for over two months. Jai Hind". Earlier, the flight was scheduled on Wednesday, but it rescheduled to Thursday due to weather conditions.

The airlines today announced it will operate nine charter flights in the Central Asian country.

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Retweeting Sonu Sood's tweet, Spice Jet wrote, 'Sonu Sood, you have taken the task of completing this mission in a very tremendous way.

Bollywood Tadka Team The workers' messiah Sonu Sood is constantly helping the migrants trapped in the lockdown.

"In association with reel-life and real-life hero @SonuSood, we're reuniting Indian students stranded in Kyrgyzstan for 4 months, with their loved ones!" In the coming two months, a total of 9 flights will fly to bring back the students. When most wouldn't venture out of their homes, SpiceJet has operated over 4300 cargo flights and transported over 24,000 tons of cargo - this is more than double of all domestic airlines combined together - carrying medicines and medical equipment and fruits and vegetables to all corners of India and the world.

Notably, the airline has operated over 400 charter flights to repatriate around 65,000 Indians from various countries such as Oman, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.

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