16-year-old Richa Ghosh, who represented India within the Women's T20 World Cup in Australia, donated one lakh rupees to the Bengal Chief Minister Relief Fund to battle towards the Kovid-19 epidemic.
The Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) stated Richa's father Manabendra Ghosh visited Siliguri District Magistrate Sumant Sahay's residence on Saturday handy over the examine.
Richa, who performed two matches together with the ultimate within the T20 World Cup, stated, "As everyone seems to be combating within the battle towards Kovid-19 and the Chief Minister additionally appealed to battle unitedly towards it, I’m additionally a accountable citizen of the nation. Thought to contribute. ''
Richa and Shefali Verma, who made their tri-series debut in Australia earlier than the T20 World Cup, have been two 16-year-olds who performed within the ultimate on March eight during which India misplaced to Australia by 85 runs. <! –
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Recognized models and officers of the CAB additionally introduced their contribution on behalf of the state physique. "66 cab match supervisors paid Rs 1.5 lakh while 82 scorers paid their one day salary which is Rs 77,420," the cab stated. ''
Deepak Singh, a consultant of Mohammedan Sporting Club within the cab, donated two lakh rupees to the aid fund. Former feminine Test participant M Mukherjee expressed his need to contribute Rs 25,000. Bengal Under-23 coach Jayant Ghosh Dastidar will contribute Rs 10,000.
Among the acknowledged models of the cab, White Border Club and Vijay Sports Club introduced a donation of Rs 50,000 every. Uttar Pali Milan Sangh, Suburban Club and Rangers Club will contribute 25-25 thousand rupees. Coochbehar DSA donated Rs 10,000 to the state aid fund within the district sports activities associations.