Kolkata. Former Cricket Association of Bengal president Sourav Ganguly has made a big offer to the Mamta government of Bengal.
Sourav Ganguly has decided to open the doors of India’s largest cricket stadium so far for the quarantine process of people associated with the coronavirus.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly, has told the Bengal government that it can do so if it wants to use Kolkata’s Eden Gardens
stadium for quarantine facilities and temporary medical facilities.
Sourav Ganguly said in his statement, “If the government asks us, we will make the stadium available for the quarantine facility.
We have no problem with it.” The BCCI, the world’s richest cricket board, has not yet given any fund or donation to the country to fight the coronavirus,
but Ganguly, a member of the cab, has decided to play the stadium for his state.
However, Ganguly has said that he will talk to BCCI secretary Jai Shah to help the country fighting the Coronavirus and he will decide what to do.
Explain that there is a lockdown across India.
As such, Kolkata and the rest of the city are also completely closed.
Talking about Bengal, according to the data of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, so far 9 cases of people infected with Coronavirus have been reported in the state.