Ajinkya Rahane, deputy captain of the Indian Test team, has come forward to help the corona victims. He donated 30 oxygen concentrators to patients suffering from Kovid 19 in Maharashtra. India is currently undergoing a second wave of corona epidemic. The Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce thanked Rahane for this contribution.
Maharashtra’s mbermber of commerce said it would send these oxygen concentrators to more corona-prone areas of Maharashtra. Maharashtra’s mber member of commerce tweeted and thanked him for sending 30 oxygen concentrators under mission air. We send them to the most affected districts of Maharashtra. In reply, Ajinkya Rahane wrote that she was happy to help me on my side. Thank you for this great work and the Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce. He tagged Maharashtra minister Aditya Thackeray.
– Aditya Thackeray (@athacre) May 1, 2021
The second wave of the Koroma epidemic is having a big impact on India. More than 3 lakh new coronary cases are coming up every day in India. The death toll of corona is well over 2 lakh people, people have to work hard for oxygen in hospitals. Apart from Rahane, many Indian and foreign cricketers have come forward to help the corona victims. Australia’s Pat Cummins, Brett Lee, Shikhar Dhawan and Aayedwe Unadkat are prominent. He will be playing for the Delhi Capitals in IPL 2021. He has only played two matches this season.