Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) will purchase 25 oxygen concentrators for its members, office bearers and employees. (Photo courtesy- @ BCCI)
The Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) on Sunday said that it will donate 100 non-invasive ventilators and an equal number of oxygen concentrators to the government for improvement of health facilities in Delhi. Earlier, many teams and players of IPL have also helped on their behalf.
– DDCA (@delhi_cricket) May 2, 2021
Players and IPL team are also helping a lotBefore DDCA, different franchises and players of IPL have also helped in the fight against Corona. Sachin Tendulkar, one of the greatest batsmen, has donated one crore rupees to buy Oxygen concentrators for patients infected with Kovid-19. Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan had also recently announced to donate Rs 20 lakh and the prize money won after the match in the current season of IPL to Mission Oxygen. At the same time, Jaidev Unadkat of Rajasthan Royals has come forward to help the Corona victims and announced his decision to donate 10% of his salary. Rajasthan has donated 7.5 crore rupees in the war against Coronavirus. Also Read: IPL 2021: Former Australian Captain Said – Amazing Steve Smith’s Play Even After Receiving Small Money
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