Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins, who plays for the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, has made it clear that he has donated this amount to India in support of the Kovid-19 War Against Infectious Disease. Not offered in the PM Cares fund. UNICEF has donated $ 50,000 to Australia’s India Kovid-19 Crisis Appeal, Cummins said. Cummins promised to pay the amount to the PM Cares Fund a week ago.
What causes corona spread in IPL 2021? Varun’s neglect is coming to the forefront
India is suffering from a serious health crisis and the 27-year-old fast bowler announced on Monday that he will donate oxygen to hospitals struggling with increasing cases of Kovid. After Cricket Australia (CA) financed UNICEF Australia, Cummins seems to have changed his mind. Cummins wrote on his Twitter handle, “Cricket Australia has done a fantastic job. I have given my donation to UNICEF Australia’s India Kovid-19 Crisis Appeal.” If you can, please support others like me at https://india.unicef.org.au/t/australian-cricket. ‘
‘Decide whether or not to stay for IPL’
Terrific work – CricketAss
FYI I have distributed my donation to UNICEF Australia’s India Kovid-19 Crisis Appeal.
– Pat Cummins (@patcummins30) May 3, 2021
Cricket Australia on Monday pledged $ 50,000 to support India’s fight against the second wave of Kovid-19 and said it would raise more money with the support of its players’ association and UNICEF.