Sonu Sood’s Sister Steps Into Politics; Joins The Congress Party – Here’s WhyBollywood
Sonu Sood has been the talk of the town in the past few months due to his humanitarian deeds. Recently it was announced that his sister has stepped into politics and joined the Congress party
Malvika Sood Sachar, the younger sister of Sonu Sood joined the congress party from his hometown Moga in Punjab. She joined the party and referred to it in a press conference where Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and party staff Navjot Singh Sidhu were present.
Malvika is a computer engineer and social worker. she has followed in his brother’s footsteps. She worked on many social issues in our society and had experience regarding development communication. She worked as an active social worker in his brother’s NGO The Sood Foundation. She meets with different political leaders from different states to know about their work. She has researched about political parties for assembling in it and as a conclusion, she found out that Congress is one of them which is progressing and working better than any other party particularly in her district. She was impressed by the CM of her own state Charanjit Singh Channi who is the leader of the Congress party.
It was a surprising fact for us that Moga MLA Harjot Kamal was not happy with the entry of the big banner. Kamal stayed away from the event and sent his part followers over to and he also tried to make their way towards Sood’s residence to meet Sidhu and Channi.
Malvika’s brother Sonu Sood had great respect all over the country. As an actor, he is fantastic but as a social worker, he helped many people all over the country while the pandemic was on fire. He helped them to reach home safely while no one was coming in front to help them. He was one of the actors who gain huge respect from the public. Malvika is also having the same attributes regarding helping people. She is one of the frontline social workers in the Moja and Ludhiana districts. Malvika and her husband used to run English Coaching Centre in their hometown.
Wishing her Sister, Sonu Sood wrote that Good luck to you Malvika for starting your new career in politics. Rather than he said, I will keep working for humanism without any political affiliation.