The world’s largest league in India right nowAlong with the thrill of (IPL), the world’s most dangerous disease, corona, is also increasing daily. Due to this disease, thousands of people are dying every day in the country.
The second wave of Corona is causing loss of both people and money. Not only this, there is also a shortage of health facilities in the entire country. The biggest drawback is the lack of oxygen cylinders. In this way, another IPL player Shrivats Goswami has donated.
Goswami donated 90 thousand rupees
The number of corona patients is continuously increasing in the country. Also, the lack of oxygen is increasing. Patients are not getting oxygen throughout the country. Some people are not getting oxygen due to lack of money.
In suchWicketkeeper batsman Shrivats Goswami has donated 90 thousand rupees for oxygen. He has donated this donation to an organization called Donetkart. After which the company has given information by tweeting about it.
Thanks a lotfor your generous contribution of Rs. 90,000 to provide oxygen supplies in this hour of need.
– Donatekart (@donatekart)
Urged other people to donate as well
After donating money to the organization, Goswami has also requested other players of the league to donate at the time of this disaster. He has appealed by tweeting this matter. Let us tell you that Shrivats Goswami has not played a single match so far this season. He has said that there are many organizations in the country that are taking donations to make oxygen cylinders available.
Several verified / legit NGOs like theare doing their bit during this crisis, helps you to reach them, I have done my bit.Requesting people who can afford please reach out and help as much as you can. We are in this together 🙏
– Shreevats goswami (@ shreevats1)
Pat Cummins and Brett Lee also donated
Let us tell you that before the Shrivats Goswami, two Australian players have donated in view of the scarcity of oxygen caused by the corona virus spreading in India. The day before yesterday kangaroo players andFast bowler Pat Cummins donated 50 thousand dollars, while former Australian player and fast bowler Brett Lee has also donated 1 bitcoin. The price of 1 bitcoin in India is equal to 41 lakh rupees.