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Donation for kovid19 Cricketer


Donation for kovid19
Cricket stadium

Hitman Rohit Sharma also came forward, donated 80 lakh rupees

 India's star batsman Rohit Sharma contributed 80 lakh rupees to fight the fast-spreading Kovid-19 epidemic and said that it is the responsibility of the citizens of the country to tackle it.  Rohit, the vice-captain of the Indian ODI team, donated Rs 45 lakh to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund and the Chief Minister (Rs 25 lakh to the Maharashtra Relief Fund. He gave Rs 5 lakh to 'Zomato Feeding India', helping the families affected by the lockdown in the country.  And contributed five lakh rupees to an organization for the care of stray dogs on the road. Rohit tweeted on Tuesday morning: We have to deal with this crisis  It is a need and the onus is on us. I have contributed Rs 45 lakhs to the Prime Minister's Cares Fund, Rs 25 lakhs to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund, Rs five lakhs to Feeding India and Rs five lakhs to 'Welfare of Stray Dogs'.  We have given. We should help our leaders. Kovid - Since 19 players have helped in the fight of the country.

 Neerajchopra donated three lakh rupees
 Asian Games gold medalist javelin throw athlete Neeraj Chopra donated a total of three lakh rupees to the Center and Haryana State Relief Fund.  Chopra is currently living separately at the Patiala National Sports Association, as he returned from Turkey after training.  Commonwealth Games gold medalist athlete tweeted: I have donated two lakhs to the PM Cares Fund and one lakh rupees to Haryana Kovid Relief Fund.

 Kumble gave secret donation like Kohli
 Former Bangalore captain Anil Kumble donated the Prime Minister's Relief Fund and the Karnataka State Relief Fund on Tuesday in the fight against Coronavirus.  Kumble said in a tweet: To defeat Kovid-19, all of us have to fight unitedly.  I have contributed to PM Relief Fund and Chief Minister (Karnataka) Relief Fund, please stay home and stay safe.  Kumble, like Virat Kohli, did not say how much he had donated.  Earlier, Ganguly, Tendulkar had decided to give Rs 50 lakh each, while World Badminton champion PV Sindhu had decided to pay Rs 10 lakh.

 Lodgers also came forward to help
 Merrillbone Cricket Club (MCC), the custodian of the rules of cricket, has decided to give Kovid 19 epidemic-fighting National Health Service (NHS) staff available parking and storage at the Lord's Cricket Ground.  The Corona virus epidemic has so far infected more than seven million people worldwide, while 35,000 more have died.  Around 23,000 people, including Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles, are in the UK, while more than 1,400 have died.  The MCC said in the release: As many hospitals are close to the Lords, the club wants to help the medical staff.  So that they can concentrate on the fight against this virus.  The club has given 75 car parking space to NHF staff.  The club is also providing food to the city's charity organization.

 Augustagolf Clubne Kovid - $ 2 million donation for 19
 Washington.  Augusta National Golf Club announced on Monday that it would donate $ 2 million to help fight the Corona virus epidemic in its area.  The club was scheduled to host Masters Golf this year, but was postponed indefinitely due to the global transition of Kovid - 19.  One million dollars from this donation will be used to test the corona virus, while $ 1 million will be deposited in the emergency fund.

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