Cricketer Ishan Kishan Donated Rs 2.5 Lakh To Fight With Coronavirus

IPL franchise Mumbai Indians player Ishan Kishan helped Rs 2.5 Lakh to fight against Coronavirus Epidemic

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Indian cricketer Ishan Kishan has donated 2.5 lakh rupees to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund to fight the deadly coronavirus. Be aware that Ishan Kishan is an IPL player from Mumbai Indians and he is a good wicketkeeper and batsman. Under-19 has also been the captain of the Indian cricket team. He is also the district election icon for Patna district.

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Ishan Kishan, a resident of Patna, has provided two and a half lakh rupees to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund. Mr. Ishan Kishan is an IPL player from Mumbai Indians and he is a good wicketkeeper and batsman.

He appealed to the people that during the lockdown period, individuals should remain safe in their homes. Make your significant contribution to fighting with the coronavirus. In this hour of disaster, he has appealed to all people to come forward and help the government.

Apart from this, he has expressed gratitude for the work being done by administrative and police officers and personnel and doctors/health workers and has appealed to cooperate in this important campaign.

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Explain that the Indian government has imposed a 21-day lockdown in the country due to the coronavirus to prevent the spread of the disease. Before Ishan Kishan, many players like Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Goutam Gambhir to PV Sindhu, Sourav Ganguly have come forward to help people in this disaster.

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