IPL 2021: Jayadev Unadkat comes forward for Kovid patients, charity makes 10 percent of IPL pay

Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Jayadev Unadkat has been helping patients struggling with coronation. Unadkat has announced that it will donate 10 per cent (about Rs 30 lakh) of its salary to IPL 2021 to provide medical services and oxygen. The second wave of corona in India has created an uproar and about four lakh cases are coming out every day. Unadkat first announced that their team would donate Rs 7.5 crore to Rajasthan.

Jaidev Unadkat shared this video by sharing a video on his Instagram. He wrote in the caption that I am donating 10 percent of my IPL salary to those who need medical equipment. My family will make sure it comes to the right place. Jai Hind. “Not only Unadkat but many other players have come forward to help the country in this difficult time. Sachin Tendulkar also announced this while sharing the post on his social media.

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It was first launched by Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins and donated around Rs 37 lakh. Following this, former Australian bowler Brett Lee announced he would donate around Rs 42 lakh. Rajasthan Royals has announced a donation of Rs 7.5 crores and 1.5 crores for Delhi capitals. Covidi cases in India are constantly increasing and the daily death toll has now exceeded 3 thousand.