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Sonu Sood’s Sister Malvika Sood To Enter Politics Soon; Party To Be Announced Soon

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November 14, 2021

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On Sunday, Sonu Sood announced a major news of sister Malvika Sood joining politics. He also revealed that the party is yet to be decided and that will be shared too

Sonu Sood recently made an announcement of his sister Malvika Sood entering politics. The actor said that his sister was ready to serve the people of Punjab. The decision that which party she will be joining will be announced soon and at the right time.

Malvika is ready. Her commitment to serving people is unparalleled. Sood said at a press conference at his home in Moga. He recently met with chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi, Sood said, adding that he was also open to meeting other political leaders, including AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal and Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal.

Sonu Sood's sister Malvika to contest Punjab elections, actor yet to reveal  party name - The Financial Express

But it is a big decision of life when it comes to joining a political party, it is more about ideologies not casual meetings. They will reveal at right time about the party. Malvika is most likely to contest from the constituency of Moga, according to Sood.

Asked whether he, too, will be joining politics, Sood said that first, it is important to support Malvika, she is connected to our roots in Moga. He will reveal my own plans later.

Healthcare will be Malvika’s top priority. If elected, she will ensure that patients who need dialysis get them for free, Sood said. She will also address the issue of unemployment in the state. Youths in Punjab go to drugs only when they don’t get work, they are unemployed. They are already working on it.

(Also Read: Sonu Sood Reacts On Not Being Felicitated With Padma Shri After His Fans Take Social Media By Storm With Their Disappointment)

Punjab will go to the polls early next year. The state is expected to witness a two-cornered fight between the ruling Congress and Kejriwal’s AAP, which is the second-largest party in the state.

Kejriwal said some of the students in government schools come from very poor backgrounds and there are very few people to guide them. We are appealing to educated people to become mentors for these children. Sonu Sood will be our brand ambassador for the programme.

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