Pat Cummins Donate to UNICEF for India COVID-19 Crisis
Australian pacer Pat Cummins, gives donation to UNICEF Australia’s India COVID 19 Crisis, after pledging amount to PM CARES Fund.
PM Care Fund ची पारदर्शकता ठेवली असती तर ही अपमानास्पद परिस्थिती ओढवली नसती..https://t.co/kjzn7WuggG
— Amit Pandit (@Shivsena_Amit) May 3, 2021
India’s COVID 19 Crisis
As seen, India now is facing crisis, this dreadful virus, the state is facing oxygen shortages and medical supplies shortage. India was the largest manufacturer and supplier of COVID-19 vaccines to the World Health Organization’s Covax scheme.
Many in India believe that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist government didn’t prepare for a second wave of Covid-19 but also encouraged mass gatherings at Hindu festivals and political rallies https://t.co/ASZzpSVLtT
— CNN (@CNN) May 1, 2021
And today, the second wave brings massive COVID 19 cases daily and numerous report of newly infections and deaths. India has done from claiming to be the “pharmacy of the world” to become the most catastrophic scene of global health crisis.
Cricket Australia to pledge 50,00 Australians dollars to support and help India’s fight against this dreadful virus.
Pat Cummins allocates his donation to UNICEF Australia’s India COVID-19 Crisis appeal https://t.co/3xuRyDavna
— www.currentnewstv.com (@wwwcurrentnews1) May 3, 2021
Cricket Australia’s Statements
” Australian Cricket will throw its support behind India’s COVID-19 Crisis Appeal, with Cricket Australia, the Australian Cricketers; Association and UNICEF Australia partnering to raise much needed funds,” CA said
— सचिन सुरेश सावंत (@camsachinsawant) May 3, 2021
“Australian Cricket has been deeply saddened by the devastation caused by this second coronavirus wave to hit India, a country with which Australians share a strong friendship and connection.”
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) April 26, 2021
They furtherly added: “Cricket Australia will make an initial donation of AUD 50,000 and encourage Australians everywhere to give generously at this crucial time in India’s COVID-19 response.”