The owners, players and management of Rajasthan Royals franchise gave a donation of Rs 7.5 crore to help the people affected by Corona.
New Delhi. Even though Rajasthan Royals is going through a bad phase in IPL 2021, the franchise has generously donated to help the Corona affected people. It is reported that Rajasthan Royals franchise has donated 7.5 crore rupees as help. Corona cases have been witnessing a tremendous increase in the last few days in India. The owners and team management of Rajasthan Royals have raised this amount. The Rajasthan Royals Foundation and the British Asian Trust are jointly supporting the battle of Corona. The British Asian Trust works closely with the Government of India.
Royals extend their help
Announcing the funds, Rajasthan Royals said, “We are very happy that Kovid has contributed Rs. 7.50 crore for immediate relief to help the people affected by the Kovid-19 virus.” The franchisee said that the players, team owners and management have raised this fund and are working with the Royal Rajasthan Foundation and the British Asian Trust, a welfare association of the Rajasthan Royals. The franchisee says that coming together with the owners and the team at the time of this crisis will help deal with Corona.
Pat Cummins and Brett Lee have also donated
Recently, the Kolkata Knight Riders team also donated 38 lakh rupees for the IPL game Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins and for the help of those affected by Corona, Australia fast bowler Brett Lee was included in the commentary panel.
Corona havoc on IPL as well
Corona is also impacting IPL 2021. Many players have left the IPL due to the fear of Corona, and many have fallen prey to this virus. Not only this, many players and their families have been infected with this virus so far.