MPL workforce house owners gave Rs eight lakh for discipline staff

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Owners of eight groups of the Mumbai Premier League (MPL) will donate Rs 1 lakh every to assist Mumbai floor staff dealing with difficulties as a result of Kovid-19 lockdown. The coronavirus pandemic has killed round 27 thousand individuals on the planet whereas 6 million extra individuals have been contaminated by it. So far 19 individuals in India have misplaced their lives with this an infection whereas greater than 800 persons are contaminated.

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All actions of the sport have stopped as a result of Kovid-19. Even Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) has postponed all their matches until 15 April. <! –

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MPL workforce house owners mentioned in a letter to MCA chief Vijay Patil, "The lockdown caused by Kovid-19 has hampered the only means of our field club field workers like the daily wage earners."

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He mentioned, "The team owners would like to contribute one lakh rupees from the T20 Mumbai Premier to help them overcome this crisis."

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