Bollywood Stand With ‘Main Bhi Harjeet Singh’
Showing solidarity to ASI Harjeeet Singh whose hand was chopped off in a barbaric attack, Bollywood Celebrities participate in ‘Main Bhi Harjeet Singh’ campaign and show their love and support for real hero!
Punjab Police started the campaign to extend their support to ASI and other Police officers in the line of duty during Covid-19 pandemic who are being attacked. Bollywood celebs such as Sonu Sood, Anil Kapoor, Suniel Shetty and singer Gurdas Maan, along with many others participated in the campaign on social media.
Actor Sonu Sood wrote, “He was just doing his job and trying to keep us all safe #Harjeetsingh Let’s stand in solidarity with all the frontline heroes & saviors our police & doctors. Please don’t do this we need to be one to #fightcovid19 #MainBhiHarjeetSingh #MainBhiPunjabPolice @PunjabPoliceInd”
Veteran actor Anil Kapoor shared, “Here’s a salute to our front line warriors! You have our full support and we stand in solidarity with you in this war! #MainBhiHarjeetSingh #MainBhiPunjabPolice”
Singer Gurdas Maan shared a video, he captioned it, “My love and respect for inspector Harjit Singh and his family and all those frontline corona warriors #mainbhiharjeetsingh #mainbhiharjitsingh @PunjabPoliceInd”
Actor Suniel Shetty wrote, “My arms belong to ASI #HarjeetSingh of Punjab Police who sadly had his hands cut off, while telling people to stay home. But every Indian is now his arms & part of his large heart. Don’t attack policemen, doctors, nurses. Kyunki #MainBhiHarjeetSingh #MainBhiPunjabPolice #JaiHind”
ASI Harjeet Singh’s hand was chopped off and two other police officials were injured when a group of people attacked them in Punjab’s Patiala on April 12. As per Police, group of four-five people violated the lockdown and were travelling in a vehicle. When they were stopped at a vegetable market around 6.15 am by the Mandi board officials and were asked to show curfew pass, they crashed the vehicle against the gate and barricades and then attacked the police personnel on duty.