India is currently witnessing the worst crisis in the face of the second wave of Coronavirus. Lots of people are dying every day, and lakhs of people are testing positive for the virus every day. The situation has gone beyond the imagination of anyone, and the country is bearing witness to a grim picture right now.
Australian cricketers like Pat Cummins and Brett Lee have donated $50,000 and Rs. 42 Lakhs to overcome the shortage of oxygen supplies in the country. On the other hand, Indian cricketers continue to remain silent, leaving the country’s people in shock, over their indifference. It is ironic that foreign cricketers are donating for the welfare of India, like it’s their own country and Indian cricketers are behaving like foreigners, by staying silent.
While Pat Cummins directly donated $50,000, Brett Lee made his donation in the form of BitCoin, by donating 1 BTC, which is equal to Rs. 42 Lakhs. Pat Cummins belongs to KKR, and while Brett Lee is retired from Cricket, he called India his second home and said that the love the people gave him here is something he will never forget. Both these cricketers have asked others from the cricket fraternity to also step in and help the country as much as they can.
This is the time for everyone who is privileged or in a position to help, to help their country and its people. A lot of lives are being lost, and a lot of damage is being done. Let’s all hope the country soon recovers from this setback.Don't MissRRR Song – Thematic Yet Appealing With Goosebumps EndingThe first song, Dosti, of the most awaited movie of the year RRR, is out....Don't MissSankranthi 2022 Dates - Here's The Biggest Gainers And LosersThe Sankranthi 2022 biggies’ dates are out with the announcement of the release date of...Don't MissPrashant Kishor Pushes Jagan Into A FixA Newspaper report has carried that Political strategist Prashant Kishor has met YSR Congress MP...Don't MissIshq: Not A Love Story Review - A Terrible RemakeBOTTOM LINE A Terrible Remake OUR RATING 2/5 CENSOR 'U/A', 1h 55m What Is the...Don't MissThimmarusu Review - Over-Smart, Yet Watchable!BOTTOM LINE Over-Smart, Yet Watchable OUR RATING 2.75/5 CENSOR 'U/A' What Is the Film About?...