In his tweets, Sumeet Vyas questioned the lack of restraint on election rallies amid the pandemic.
Sumeet Vyas (Photo/AFP)
Urging District Magistrates (DM), Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM), Collectors and similar officials to accord respect and dignity to vegetable vendors and other sellers who are struggling to eke out a living amid the pandemic and its ensuing lockdown, actor Sumeet Vyas tweeted a long note on Monday, saying 'the citizens don't pay you salaries and bribes to misbehave with us'.
"Dms, Sdms, Collectors, Babusss, My dear employees in uniform. Don't cross the line, the citizens of this country including myself, don't pay you salaries and bribes to misbehave with us. People trying to sell vegetables, or run their shops for a little longer to earn a living Are not lesser individuals. [sic]"
In his tweets, Sumeet Vyas even questioned the lack of restraint on election rallies amid the pandemic. "They are entitled to as much or perhaps a little more respect than those criminals and goons running election rallies gathering lakhs of people. They are the real spreaders. They are the real murderers. Try whacking them for the camera once. (Losers)," Sumeet wrote on Twitter.
Sumeet Vyas' series of Tweets
Twitterati couldn't stop praising the 'Tripling' actor. "Someone got to say, and I am happy it's you," a user wrote. "Baba you won my heart," wrote another Twitter user. Another one commented, "Absolutely correct. A common man has to earn their bread daily to feed their family, Privileged people who are sitting in their luxurious houses won’t understand this."
On the work front, Vyas, whose acting performances are effortless across the multiple mediums of web, stage and cinems, has reunited with 'Tripling' co-writer Akarsh Khurana for campus drama, 'U Special'.