Well educated IT girl forced to sell vegetables in Lockdown, Sonu Sood comes to give her a job

Coronavirus has put the entire world in a lockdown as there is no antidote of this disease so far. Millions of people across India are under shutdown in an attempt to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak.

The pandemic has left a huge impact on the lives of almost everyone. The shutdown has also left many well-educated people in disarray. In yet another heartbreaking news, a 26-year-old woman who lost her job in Hyderabad is currently struggling to meet the daily expenses. The situation has gone from bad to worse due to the pandemic.

Unadadi Sharada from Hyderabad is now selling vegetables to make ends meet. Sharada lost her job during the shutdown due to Covid-19 epidemic. According to a report by TOI, Sharada’s company could no longer pay her salary. However, she did not lose hope and did what she had to do to support her family.

She has resorted to selling vegetables at the local market to earn a livelihood. Now, she wakes up at 4 am every day, goes to the wholesale market to buy vegetables, and then sells them at the market to make a living.

When asked why she chose to sell vegetables, Sharada said that there is no shame in selling vegetables, since this is an honest day’s work. Sharada’s story went viral on social media like wildfire. Meanwhile, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood, who recently emerged as a real hero for migrant workers, has offered a job to Unadadi Sharada.

A Twitter user named Ritchie Shelson reacted on the video and had tagged Sonu Sood, asking him to help the techie. To which, Sood replied to the user saying he had already reached out to her, interviewed her and offered her a job.

Responding to a Twitter user, Sonu Sood wrote, “My official met her. Interview done. Job letter already sent”. Sharada said that she was very happy after receiving a job offer from Sonu Sood. She did not reveal the nature of the job offered but said she would take a call after consulting her family members.

After losing her job, Sharada without a second thought decided to support herself and the family by selling vegetables. She is doing her best and setting an example that one should never lose hope no matter what situation he/she is in.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.