New Delhi Cricketers from the country including the Indian Cricket Board are also coming forward to help fight the Corona epidemic. So far, the board has also donated a large amount of money for this, while many players have also supported them. Now former India captain and BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has also extended a helping hand to the people facing difficult circumstances due to this epidemic.
Sourav Ganguly reached the Ramakrishna Mission headquarters Belur Math amid lockdown and donated 2000 kg of rice. He tweeted and wrote that I have come to Belur Math after 25 years and am donating 2000 kg rice to help the needy here. Ganguly visited this monastery sitting on a golf cart with priests here. During this, he was seen wearing a white t-shirt and black mask on his face.
Let us tell you that earlier Sourav Ganguly donated 50 lakhs of rice to help in the fight against the corona epidemic. Let me tell you that the number of people infected with this epidemic in India has exceeded 1600 and more than 50 people have lost their lives.
Many major sporting events have been postponed or canceled due to Corona. The situation is the same for the whole world and now the T20 World Cup is clouded with crisis. Earlier the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games have also been postponed. More than 42 thousand people have died due to corona while around nine lakh people are infected by it.