Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) fast bowler Pat Cummins recently donated 38 lakh rupees to the PM Cares Fund to help the Indians infected with Corona reach oxygen.
New Delhi. Australian player Pat Cummins, who is playing IPL 2021 from Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), recently donated 38 lakh rupees to the PM Cayes Fund to provide some relief to the people suffering from lack of oxygen in hospitals in India. Could. After that, Australian player Brett Lee and many Indians have also donated freely to the PM Cares Fund. Recently, Pat Cummins was asked whether IPL 2021 should be closed in the wake of the growing corona in India. He replied that closing IPL is not the solution to any problem. We are making every effort not to use any kind of resources of the people. I do not think this is an answer.
People have different opinions about IPL
At present, the debate in India is intensifying that people are dying in hospitals due to the rising outbreak of corona on one side, because they are neither getting oxygen nor medicines. Meanwhile, the owners of the franchise are shedding billions of rupees of water in IPL 2021 as this game is more important than the lives of the people. Shouldn’t this money be spent on saving people’s lives? So some people believe that it should be stopped, some say that it is giving people a chance to be happy.
Will help keep people at home during the match
Australian player Pat Cummins says playing three to four hours each night is expected to help keep people home, whose routines are very strict and we can help them each day.
BCCI tightens bio bubble rules
In the midst of Corona’s growing outbreak, the Board of Control for Cricket in India has tightened the bio bubble rules to protect players. Now players will have corona test every two days. Along with this, a ban has been imposed on players from outside the hotel.