Rajasthan Royals seamer Jaydev Unadkat on Friday introduced that he might be contributing 10 per cent of his IPL 2021 wage to India’s struggle towards the raging COVID-19 pandemic. The Saurashtra cricketer launched a video on Twitter confirming the identical and mentioned his household might be taking care of the donation.
In the meantime, earlier within the day West Indies and Punjab Kings batsman Nicholas Pooran additionally determined to donate part of his IPL wage for a similar trigger. The cricketer additionally urged Indians to get themselves vaccinated on the earliest.
I’m contributing 10% of my IPL wage in the direction of offering important medical assets for these in want. My household will be sure that it reaches the fitting locations. Jai Hind! pic.twitter.com/XvAOayUEcd
— Jaydev Unadkat (@JUnadkat) April 30, 2021
Though many different nations are nonetheless being affected by the pandemic, the scenario in India proper now could be significantly extreme. I’ll do my half to deliver consciousness and monetary help to this dire scenario.#PrayForIndia pic.twitter.com/xAnXrwMVTu
— nicholas pooran #29 (@nicholas_47) April 30, 2021
Scores of individuals throughout the nation are dying within the wake of the second wave of the pandemic. India has reported over 3.86 lakh contemporary COVID instances since Thursday.
Earlier this week, Kolkata Knight Riders premier pacer Pat Cummins made a $50,000 donation within the PM CARES fund, and in an interview with WION on Wednesday, the cricketer confirmed that extra help might be offered to India for this trigger.