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Sonu Sood’s sister Malvika Sood to join Congress today

Moga is the native place of actor Sonu Sood, from where he will also campaign for her sister to ensure her win in the election




New Delhi: In the latest development ahead of the Punjab Election, Bollywood actor Sonu Sood’s Sister Malvika Sood Sachar is all set to join Congress on Monday.

Reportedly, Malvika will join the party in the presence of Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and AICC Punjab affairs in-charge Harish Chaudhary, who are expected to arrive at her residence.

Malvika’s entry to the Congress has come after 2 months as to when Sonu had announced in November last year that his sister would join politics to serve the people of Moga district. Notably, Moga is also the native place of Sonu from where he will also campaign for her sister to ensure her win in the election.


So far, there is no formal announcement from the Congress whether it would give her ticket from Moga or not.

Currently, Dr Harjot Kamal represents the Congress from Moga. He said that the party welcomes Malvika but it does not mean the party will give her ticket from his constituency.

However, his statement is against the media reports. As per the media reports, Dr Kamal has been asked to leave the constituency for Malvika and chose another constituency to fight the upcoming election.

Who is Sonu Sood’s sister Malvika Sood?

Malvika Sood

Malvika Sood, 38, is a younger sister of actor Sonu Sood who fondly calls her ‘Gunnu’. Malvika is an computer engineer and calls herself a Social and Political Activist as per her Instagram bio.

Moreover, she is a CEO of Hollywood English Academy. It is said to be providing help in English speaking, personality development, immigration, training overseas examinations and more. Besides, she has two children, a son and a daughter with husband Gautam Sachar.

Punjab Assembly election 2022


The election schedule for the 117-members Punjab Assembly has already been announced by the Election Commission of India on Saturday. The voting for the total assembly seats will be held on February 14 for a day in the second phase. However, the counting of votes will begin on March 10.