New Delhi: Corona’s havoc is growing rapidly. In most places, there is a shortage of oxygen and beds. Meanwhile, the Gurugram police has tweeted thanks to cricketer Shikhar Dhawan. In fact, Indian cricket team opener Shikhar Dhawan has donated several oxygen concentrators to the Gurugram police for distribution among the people.
The Gurugram police tweeted a picture of the distribution contractors in their office and thanked Dhawan for this. The Gurgaon Police wrote on its Twitter handle late Friday night, furthering our committed efforts. We are grateful to Shikhar Dhawan for providing the oxygen concentrator.
Dhawan was enjoying a resounding partnership for the Delhi Capitals with Prithvi Shaw in the Indian Premier League (IPL) until the tournament was postponed due to a bio-bubble breech. Dhawan tweeted in response, “Grateful to serve my people through this pandemic. Small symbol of help! Always ready to fully help our people and society. India will stand up against this pandemic And will shine!
Dhawan while wishing everyone Eid Mubarak, requested everyone to be safe. Along with Dhawan, Indian batsman Hanuma Vihari has also come forward to help in the epidemic. Hanuma has formed such a team of 100 volunteers, has come forward to help people in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka in this epidemic. Hanuma uses his tweeter handle for this. The tweets of help have also started coming to Hanuma. Whom they are constantly associating with the Volunteers.
Hanuma Vihari is getting Kovid-19 patients admitted to the hospital through his network of friends, while arranging for oxygen cylinders and plasma. Hanuma is in the UK to play county cricket these days. But despite this he has used his Twitter handle to help people.
The 27-year-old said in an interview, ‘I don’t believe in glorifying myself. I want to do this work to help people at the grassroots level, who really need all possible help in this difficult time. This is only the beginning.’