Former Indian batsman, Sunil Gavaskar has come forward and contributed Rs 35 lakh to PM-CARES fund and 24 lakh to Maharashtra CM’S Relief Fund in order to help India fight against The Novel Coronavirus ‘COVID-19’.
The manager of Gavaskar said, “He has done the contribution of Rs 59 lakh, he has contributed Rs 24 lakh to Maharashtra CM’S Relief fund and Rs 35 lakh to PM-CARES fund.”
Sunil Gavaskar is a former Indian cricketer who played for India in the late ’90s. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest test batsmen for India and the best opening batsman in cricket history. Also, he was widely admired for his technique against fast bowling.
After the creation of the PM-CARES fund, many sport-persons have come forward to contribute and to help the country to fight against the ‘COVID-19’ Crisis. Earlier today, Indian batsman Pujara also donated his bit to the PM-CARES fund.
The total No. of positive cases in the country have risen to 4,421, while 325 have been cured and the total death toll stands at 114.