Actor Randeep Hooda is known for being vocal about issues related to the environment, addressing, highlighting them, tweeting about it to the government bodies and lending a helping hand to society.
Recently, Randeep took to Twitter and tweeted about Pakke Tiger Reserve’s frontline workers. In his tweet, he has applauded and praised Arunachal Pradesh’s Chief Minister Pema Khandu for for taking a stand in saving the Pakke Tiger Reserve. Further, in his tweet the actor has requested him to look into the problem of frontline workers working at the reserve and to help them get their pending wages. The Contingency workers of Pakke Tiger Reserve are on indefinite strike over non-payment of wages since December 2020.
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This isn’t the first time that Randeep has pleaded or tweeted to government official to look into a matter. Earlier also the actor has raised his concern over issues like the ‘Coal corridor in Goa’, animal abuse, protection of forest officials of Telangana against the inhumane violent brawl of the locals and many such issues.
‘Dear @PemaKhanduBJP you took an applause worthy stand to save #PakkeTigerReserve request you to please look into this problem of frontline warriors and release their rightful pending wages immediately @ntca_india @PrakashJavdekar @moefcc @ArunachalCMO’