CAB gave 2.5 million rupees to Bengal authorities for battle in opposition to Coronavirus

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) has determined to offer a grant of 25 lakh rupees to the West Bengal authorities to cope with the coronavirus. CAB President Abhishek Dalmia has additionally stated on his behalf to assist the state authorities's aid fund.

"In a situation arising out of coronavirus where everyone's attention and resources are on dealing with it, the CAB has decided to provide a support of Rs. 25 lakh to the state government to combat the disease," the CAB stated.

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The assertion stated, "We are most likely going by the worst part of human civilization. <! –

                 Cricket is a logo of unity. It additionally defines humanism. Therefore, the CAB has introduced a grant of Rs 25 lakh to the Emergency Relief Fund. It is our accountability as a accountable group to face with the administration and assist them battle this illness. "

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Abhishek appealed and stated that he additionally personally needs to contribute to the state authorities's emergency aid fund. "It is the responsibility of the government to isolate the cities, villages and areas where the virus is spreading. I want to personally contribute to the government's Emergency Relief Fund on my behalf."

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