India captain Virat Kohli with his wife Anushka Sharma is raising money for people in need in the ongoing corona crisis in the country. They are both doing this through an organization called Cato, which collects money from the general public. Earlier, the agency’s goal was to raise Rs 7 crore, but now they have raised it to Rs 11 crore. The decision was taken by the MPL Sports Foundation on Wednesday with a financial assistance of Rs 5 crore.
Virat gave this information by tweeting. Virat thanked the MPL Sports Foundation, saying: ‘Thank you so much for your 5 crores help in the fight against Corona. With this, we are raising the corona relief fund target to Rs 11 crore. I and Anushka are very grateful for your help. ‘
Thanks to the MPL Sports Foundation for its generous contribution of 5 crores in our fight against Kovid-19. With your help we have now increased our target to 11 crores. Anushka and I are very grateful for your unconditional support. 4LayPlayMPL# Together # Act now
– Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) May 12, 2021
Virat-Anushka has helped two crores
Indian leaders Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma have donated two crores of rupees to themselves in the country’s fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic. It will run a seven-day campaign, Virat said. The money raised will be donated to ACT Grants, an agency that provides oxygen and other medical facilities.