Australia’s cricket team’s star fast bowler and Pat Cummins, who played for Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League, has contributed $ 50,000 to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. Cummins has helped to deal with the shortage of oxygen in the country so that these funds can be purchased for the hospital.
Cummins is currently in India and is participating in the 14th season of the IPL. Along with this, he has also appealed to his fellow cricketers for help in this difficult time.
— Pat Cummins (@patcummins30) April 26, 2021
In his message, Cummins wrote: “I have been in love with India in the past. People here are good and kind. It is sad to know that so many people are losing their lives at this time. It was discussed that at the time the infection of COVID-19 in India is increasing so much, is it right to have IPL.
I was advised that the Government of India believes that because of the IPL, people will be able to see something by staying at home in lockdown. As a player, we are lucky that we have access to millions of people, I want me to use it properly.
Keeping this in mind, I am trying to help for the oxygen cylinder through PM Cares Fund. I also request my fellow players of IPL or the rest of the world to donate as much as possible. I want to start with $ 50,000. I know that this donation will not be able to help much, but hope that this help will reach someone or the other.
Many people thanked him on this tweet by Pat Cummins. Also appealed to Indian players to donate. During this time there were many people who said that they did not choose the right platform to help. Many people are questioning the credibility of PM Cares Fund, in such a situation it would be interesting to know whether this help reaches people or not.