CA’s interim chief executive Nick Hockley said that Australia and India have a special relationship. Our mutual love of cricket is the center of friendship. (CA Twitter)
After Australia’s Pat Cummins and Brett Lee, Cricket Australia has also come forward to help in India’s fight against Coronavirus. He has donated 50 thousand Australian Dollars (28 lakh 64 thousand rupees) to UNICEF Covid-19 Relief Fund (UNICEF Covid-19 Crisis Fund).
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) May 3, 2021
Brett Lee donated 42 lakh rupees In addition to Pat Cummins, former Australian cricketer Brett Lee has also helped Indians in the fight against Corona. He has donated 1 bitcoin (about 42 lakh rupees) for the supply of oxygen to hospitals in India. In a statement issued after this, Lee had said that India is my second home. The love I got from the people here during my cricketing career holds a special place in my heart. I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to contribute a little to help people in this crisis. Read also: IPL 2021: Rishabh Pant’s big statement after reaching number-1 in the table – there will be a change in the team
IPL 2021 Points Table: Delhi Super Kings win Chennai Super Kings loss, know the condition of other teams Indian players have also put forward their help Apart from Australian players, many Indian players have also helped. It includes Sachin Tendulkar, Shikhar Dhawan, Jaydev Unadkat. Sachin has donated one crore rupees to buy Oxygen concentrators for patients infected with Kovid-19. Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan will donate the prize money won after the match in the current season of IPL in addition to Rs 20 lakh to Mission Oxygen. Rajasthan Royals (RR) fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat has donated 10 percent of the salary of IPL match in the fight against Kovid-19 epidemic.