Corona Virus: Mr. IPL Suresh Raina got here ahead within the combat towards Coronavirus, 52 lakhs given in Relief Fund

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Suresh Raina, a left-handed batsman of the Indian National Cricket Team and popularly generally known as Mr. IPL, has come ahead within the combat towards the Coronavirus.

Suresh Raina has given info by tweeting that he has donated 31 lakh rupees within the PM Care Fund of the Government of India whereas he has given 21 lakh rupees within the UPA Chief Minister's Disaster Fund.

Giving info by tweeting Suresh Raina stated, 'We have to provide our contribution to defeat the corona virus. I’ve given 52 lakh rupees to take care of the corona virus. 31 lakh rupees have been given in PM Care Fund and 21 lakh rupees in UP Chief Minister's Disaster Relief Fund. <! –

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These gamers have come ahead within the battle towards Corona

Let me let you know, many gamers have appeared earlier than Suresh Raina and they’re continually serving to their facet within the struggle towards Corona virus. Earlier, MS Dhoni, the previous captain of Team India, had helped a corporation in Pune to assist the meals of the laborers.

Not solely this, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly had determined to donate 50 lakh rice earlier than him. While PV Sindhu has additionally surfaced and he or she has additionally helped within the struggle towards Corona. At the identical time, Lord of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar has donated 50 lakh rupees.

Among the corona virus, Suresh Raina has additionally acquired an awesome information. Suresh Raina's spouse has given beginning to a boy up to now. This is Suresh Raina's second little one they usually have named him Rio.

However, resulting from Corona virus, Suresh Raina has additionally suffered a serious setback. Actually, Suresh Raina is out of Team India for a very long time, in such a state of affairs, it was believed that he wish to repair his comeback in Team India by performing nicely in IPL 2020 however resulting from Corona virus, the IPL was postponed until 15 April. has given.

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