IPL franchisee Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya says his family, including Krunal, will donate 200 Oxygen concentration agents to rural areas of the country facing the Covid-19pandemic. Before the match against Chennai Superkings, Hardik said that his family was looking for a way to help the needy.
He said, “We express our gratitude to all the medical staff, employees associated with essential services and all those people who are giving a helping hand in this difficult time.”
Hardik said, ‘Krunal, me and my mother, basically our whole family was trying to help. We have decided to donate 200 oxygencentrators for rural areas of India. I think the medical infrastructure there needs more support. ‘
More than four lakh cases of corona virus infection were reported in India on Friday. Hardik said, “We all understand that this is a difficult time, we want to show our gratitude, support and tell everyone that they are always in our prayers.”
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These players also extended a helping hand
Prior to the Pandya brothers, Sachin Tendulkar, Shikhar Dhawan and Jaydev Unadkat, Australia’s Pat Cummins and Brett Lee and West Indies’ Nicholas Pooran have also extended a helping hand to India battling Kovid-19. Apart from this, teams like Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals have also donated.