CAB donates Rs 2.5 million to coronavirus fund
The whole world has been stalled by the coronavirus. The incidence of the virus is so high that health workers are facing much headaches to treat the sick. Worldwide anti-depressant shortage has added to this.
India has not been exempted from this epidemic. Already, the country has been declared a lock-down for 21 days.
Cricket is one of the great emotions in India. In such a crisis, the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) has decided to donate Rs.2.5 million to the state administration. CAB President Avishek Dalmiya has confirmed the matter.
“We are in the darkest stages of human civilization. People are losing their lives worldwide with the novel coronavirus effects. Cricket is now a symbol of unity, cricket is also a symbol of humanity. So, on behalf of the CAB, we have decided to give Rs.2.5 million to the Emergency Relief Fund,”
According to CAB Secretary Snehasish Ganguly, they have come forward to stand side by side with the state and central government in the moment of crisis. To maintain the coronavirus issues, it is important to maintain physical distance as it requires social cohesion. The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is doing well. Even the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly has proposed using Eden Gardens as a quarantine center.
“If the state government wants Eden gardens, we’ll give it as home quarantine surely. There are all kinds of amenities here, like home quarantine,” Ganguly said.