Jaydev Unadkat donates 10% of IPL match fees

in India Corona virus The epidemic wave is spreading faster than fire. In which millions of newly infected patients are getting daily in India. So thousands of people are losing their lives there every day. The condition of the country is getting worse and the state of resources is not hidden from anyone. Meanwhile, Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat has announced to donate 10% of his IPL match fees.

Jaydev Unadkat extended a helping hand

The corona virus has caused outrage throughout the country. Meanwhile, many people are coming forward for help and want to help those suffering from this epidemic in India. In this sequence, people have also come forward to help from the corridors of Indian cricket. In the same order, Jaydev Unadkat (Jaydev Unadkat), a fast bowler who plays for Rajasthan Royals, has informed that he is giving 10% of his match fees to buy medical essentials by posting through his social media account.

Jaydev Unadkat shared the video and wrote in the caption – “I am donating 10% of my IPL salary to buy medical essentials for the needy. My family will help it reach the right people. Jai Hind. “

Unadkat is donating 30 lakh rupees

Fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat was bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 3 crore in IPL 2020. Accordingly, 10% of this is 30 lakh rupees. Before Unadkat, Sheldon Jackson has donated the Gautam Gambhir Foundation to help the people fighting Gautam Gambhir’s corona. Sachin Tendulkar has donated Rs 1 crore. Former Australia veteran Brettley and Pat Cummins Have also extended a helping hand to India. Brettley donated 1 bitcoin and Pat Cummins donated 50 thousand dollars.


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