IPL team Punjab Kings and their batsman Nicholas Pooran decided to help the infected people in India amid growing corona virus cases.
New Delhi. The IPL team Punjab Kings and their batsman Nicholas Pooran have decided to help at their own level to help the people affected by the Corona released in India. Punjab Kings and Puran shared this information on social media. The Punjab Kings have decided to give donations on their behalf to an NGO to provide oxygen.
Punjab Kings tweeted, ‘We are also helping to fight the fight against Kovid-19 in India. The Punjab Kings team has pledged to provide oxygen dispenser to Corona victims in collaboration with Round Table India. We also appeal to the people together to support us in this campaign and come forward to help, because together we can all fight this battle. ‘
Punjab Kings further said, ‘For more information, keep an eye on our social media platform to see how we will help everyone.’ Apart from the team, his batsman Puran has also decided to donate at his level. Puran has said that he has decided to donate a part of his IPL salary to help people in India fight the epidemic.
Pooran wrote on Twitter, ‘Many other countries are still struggling with this epidemic. Its situation is very serious in India right now. I will play my role to provide awareness and financial support in this critical situation. ‘ Earlier, Rajasthan Royals had decided to donate Rs 7.5 crore, while Delhi Capitals donated Rs 1.5 crore to two NCR-based foundations. Apart from the teams, many players have also come forward to help, including players like India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar, Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, Srivats Goswami and Sheldon Jackson.