The Australian player ran to the aid of the Indians
Mumbai: Australia’s star bowler Pat Cummins has extended a helping hand to India’s growing corona transition. Cummins has announced 50,000 to the PM Care Fund to help those in need. Which is why this player is being appreciated at all levels.
IPL 2021 has started in India. But in the meantime, the number of patients in the country is increasing by more than three lakh every day. Many have died in India due to lack of oxygen. As the number of patients increases, so does the demand for oxygen.
Pat Cummins is playing for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. He released a message on Twitter a few hours ago saying, ‘India is a country for which my love has grown steadily over the last few years. The people here are good. I’m disappointed to see so many people getting sick from the corona virus right now. ‘
Even in such a scenario, the debate over whether to host the IPL in India has been going on for some time. I was told that IPL games can give people a few hours of joy at such a difficult time. ‘
Pat Cummins further said, “As a player, I have the opportunity to reach out to millions of fans by playing in the IPL. With this in mind, I have decided to donate fifty thousand dollars to the PM Care Fund. The amount I donate is not huge, but I hope it will be of some benefit. “