IPL 2021 is entering into its fourth week and teams are busy getting their place reserve in the playoffs. Meanwhile, India is going through a tough time due to the second wave of Covid-19. In such a bad time, the players have come forward in providing aid to the needy ones. Earlier, Pat Cummins and Brett Lee had shared fare amount of money to PM Relief Care Funds. Now, Nicholas Pooran and Jaydev Unadkat have also joined the bandwagon.
India is recording more and more coronavirus cases with every passing day. The governments have imposed lockdown once again in their states and there is a shortage of oxygen supply in almost every state of the country. Meanwhile, the national capital is under lockdown for the past 10 days and there are reports that the lockdown might be extended if the same situation persists in Delhi.
Jaydev Unadkat And Nicholas Pooran Comes Forward And Donate Amount For Needy Ones
Looking forward to the current situation in the country, players like Pat Cummins and Brett Lee have donated a fair amount in order to help the needy under such circumstances. Now, Jaydev Unadkat, who is playing for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2021, has informed his fans through a clip on social media. The left-arm pacer said that he is going to donate 10% of his IPL salary towards providing essential medical resources for those in need. He gave a caption to his post that read,”I am contributing 10% of my IPL salary towards providing essential medical resources for those in need. My family will make sure it reaches the right places. Jai Hind!.”
Nicholar Pooran, who is plying traits for Punjab Kings in IPL 2021, took to his official Twitter handle share a post that read,”Although many other countries are still being affected by the pandemic, the situation in India right now is particularly severe. I will do my part to bring awareness and financial assistance to this dire situation.”