Guwahati: India is currently going through the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic. With the rising cases everyday organisations such as Google, Microsoft, TATA and other biggies has extended their support by donating to the COVID relief fund of the country.
And now, Indian Premier League franchise Rajasthan Royals has donated 7.5 crores towards the COVID relief fund. The fund would help India get enough resources to treat the COVID patients in the country.
In this gloomy situation, Rajasthan Royals has said that they are pleased to announce a contribution of 7.5 crores towards the COVID relief funds. This will help and support the people in India who have been affected by the COVID 19 virus.
Taking to their official twitter handle, Rajastan Royals wrote, “Rajasthan Royals announce a contribution of over $1 milion from their owners, players and management to help with immediate support to those impacted by COVID-19. This will be implemented through @RoyalRajasthanF and @britishasiantst”
Rajasthan Royals announce a contribution of over $1 milion from their owners, players and management to help with immediate support to those impacted by COVID-19. This will be implemented through @RoyalRajasthanF and @britishasiantst.
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— Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 29, 2021
The funds will be raised through a foundation named Rajasthan Royals Foundation, and it will be a partnership with British India Trust. These funds are raised to help India and focus on the state of Rajasthan.
The funds are raised to support the health care system, which has been crumbled due to the COVID 19 surge. Through these funds, the hospitals can get help in providing oxygen, ventilators, and other medical facilities which are having a shortage in the current situation.
The pace bowler from Australia and Kolkata Knight Riders franchise, Pat Cummins, also donated 50,000 dollars to the Indian hospitals to buy the oxygen cylinders for the infected patients of the COVID 19 virus.