Sonu Sood, who has won the hearts of people with his work in Bollywood and also in real life, is in the news these days. Let us tell you that his sister Malvika Sood is contesting from Mogh on a Congress ticket. In such a situation, now the actor says that 'Channi should be given another chance as the CM of Punjab.' You all must have known that Sonu Sood had helped the people a lot during the pandemic, and this trend is still going on. Even today he is ahead in helping people and he is making everyone happy with his work.
Let us tell you all that these days Sonu Sood is campaigning vigorously for his sister. Yes, and he has given his opinion on punjab politics and who became cm during this time. During a conversation with a famous website, Sonu Sood named Sidhu and Charanjit Singh Channi as CMs.
At the same time, he also said that 'Chandni Saheb has done a great job in a few days' tenure. Let me tell you all that Sonu Sood talked about making Channi the CM of Punjab. During this, he said, "It takes some time to establish a coordination in a post like the Chief Minister. He has done a great job in the last few days. I want Chennai to become the Chief Minister of Punjab again. He is a very good person. He has got a very short term of time, but in this short time, he has done a wonderful job and has shown the passion to do something special. They should get more time. Further, on a question about her sister Malvika, who is contesting the upcoming Punjab elections from Moga, she said, "My mother is a professor who taught children for free all her life. My father was a social worker. Here schools, colleges and dharamshalas are built on our lands. So, it's in our blood. "
Talking about his political affiliation with the actor and his role in Malvika Sood's election campaign, he said, "I am not related to any political party, I am still the same actor and the same social worker. She is my sister and has been engaged in social service since the beginning. People have come into politics with him. At the same time, he said about coming into politics that I have a lot of work to do. So we'll see five years from now when the time comes. '