Sports & Coronavirus | Arjun Bhati donates additional 3.30L to PM-CARES fund

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On Tuesday, Young Indian golfer Arjun Bhati said that he has donated an additional ₹ 3,30,000 to PM-CARES fund, after coming into light by donating the money he got by selling the 102 trophies he has won during his Lifetime.

The 15 years old boy from Greater Noida, has sold his torn shoes, with which he has won the Junior Golf World Championship in 2018.

He did this to help the people who are fighting against the coronavirus pandemic. Till now, He has achieved three World Junior golf championship titles and a national championship title.

In 2016 and 2018, Bhati has won the US kids Junior World Championship.

Bhati tweeted on his twitter handle, “The severed shoes with which I won the trophy in the US at Jr GOLF WORLD CH.SHIP-2018- were taken by Uncle Vsh Pradhan Ji for Rs 3,30,000-, and I donated the money to PM CARES- Whether we live or not, my country should stay, everyone has to be saved from Corona @narendramodi Jai Hind.”

Bhati is the youngest player who has donated money to fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier, Bhati has donated 4,30,000 by selling his 102 trophies which he earned by the virtue of his hardwork.

Along with this boy, several sportspersons have donated money to help the country. BBCI president Saurav Ganguly and wrestler Bajrang Punia are also in the long list.

All over the country around 18,000 people are infected and 590 people have died due to disease Covid-19.

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