Rishabh Pant extends aid in corona crisis, Kovid patients benefit

After donating many cricketers including Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan, now Team India wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant has come forward to help Kovid. Pant has announced that it will donate an undisclosed amount to the Hemakunt Foundation to provide oxygen cylinders, Kovid kits and other essentials to those who are struggling with the corona. The second wave of India’s corona has created anger and more than 4 lakh people are going viral today.

Describe the Hemkunt Foundation as an NGO that helps corona patients. Pant wrote on his Twitter, ‘I support the Hemkunt Foundation through funds provided to victims across the country, including oxygen cylinders, beds, Kovid relief kit and other essential items such as beds. However, India needs the united efforts of all of us to overcome this bad step. I learned from the game a key aspect, such as the ability to work together as a team for a task. “

Kohli is happy with his performance as a captain rather than a batsman

Rishabh Pant captained the Delhi Capitals in IPL 2021, but after several cases of corona emerged, the BCCI decided to postpone the 14th season of the Indian Premier League. The Delhi Capitals performance under Pant captained was exceptional and the team won 6 out of 8 matches. Pant has been included in the squad for the World Test Championships and England tour.

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