The current situation of COVID-19 in India has seen the world come forward to help the Asian giants. Countries such as UAE, USA, Canada, New Zealand etc have donated oxygen and other relief equipment to help India overcome this gloomy situation.
The cricketers are also not far behind and are doing their bit to aid the country. The likes of Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, Sachin Tendulkar came forward and extended their support in India’s fight against the Coronavirus.
Afghanistan leg spinner Rashid Khan, who is currently representing the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the ongoing Indian Premier League, has said that everyone in Afghanistan is standing tall with India. He also urged the public to follow all the preventive measures as advised by the government.
“Everyone back home in Afghanistan is with you INDIA in this tough time . Please everyone stay safe stay home maintain social distance and Wear Mask plz Folded hands #WeAreWithYouIndia,” Rashid captioned a video on Twitter.
Everyone back home in Afghanistan 🇦🇫 is with you INDIA in this tough time . Please everyone stay safe stay home maintain social distance and Wear Mask plz 🙏 #WeAreWithYouIndia pic.twitter.com/GDFDHrHQJk
— Rashid Khan (@rashidkhan_19) April 30, 2021
Australia’s Pat Cummins, who plays for KKR, donated $50,000 to the PM Cares fund for oxygen supplies.
“As players we are privileged to have a platform that allows us to reach millions of people that we can use for good. With that in mind, I have made a contribution to the “PM Cares Fund,” specifically to purchase oxygen supplies for India’s hospitals,” the Australian wrote.
Post that, fellow Australian, Brett Lee also donated 1 Bitcoin to aid the country in their battle against Coronavirus.
Yesterday, Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals also donated funds for Covid relief. Legendary Sachin Tendulkar also gave 1 crore to ‘Mission Oxygen’ to raise funds for importing oxygen concentrators and donating them to hospitals across the country.
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