Actor Sonu Sood’s sister Malvika Sood joined the Congress on Monday in the presence of Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi and state party chief Navjot Singh Sidhu.
Sonu Sood’s sister Malvika Sood is good to go to start her journey in politics. Sonu Sood, the entertainer took to web-based media to wish her. Reporting to a huge number of devotees, Sonu Sood shared a legacy picture and wished his sister luck. Malvika Sood has joined Congress and she will challenge in the forthcoming Punjab State Assembly races.
Wishing his sister, Sonu Sood tweeted, “As my sister Malvika Sood embarks on her political journey, I wish her the best and can’t wait to see her flourish in this new chapter of her life. Good luck Malvika!” The entertainer additionally added that his sister’s political tendencies won’t divert him from his social activities.
“My own work as an actor & humanitarian continues, without any political affiliations or distractions,” Sonu Sood tweeted.
Investigate Sonu Sood‘s tweet:
As my sister Malvika Sood embarks on her political journey, I wish her the best and can’t wait to see her flourish in this new chapter of her life. Good luck Malvika!
My own work as an actor & humanitarian continues, without any political affiliations or distractions. pic.twitter.com/NCI0d4nUgC
— sonu sood (@SonuSood) January 10, 2022
Considering his sister joining legislative issues, Sonu Sood ventured down as Punjab’s state icon according to the guidelines laid by the Election Commission. He made the declaration last week and said, Like all good things, this journey has come to an end too. I’ve voluntarily stepped down as the State Icon of Punjab. This decision was mutually taken by me and EC in light of my family member contesting in Punjab Assembly Elections. I wish them luck for future endeavors.”
Referring to Malvika Sood’s joining the Congress, Sidhu said, “In the cricketing world, it is called a game-changer.” “She is a young and educated woman, and her education as a software engineer will help her in her life ahead,” he said.