Mumbai: Corona continues to wreak havoc across the country. Australian batsman Pat Cummins recently contributed $ 50,000 to the PM Care Fund to contribute to this fight. On Thursday, Rajasthan Royals also announced help of 7.50 crores. Now former veteran cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has raised his hand in the Corona epidemic. Sachin Tendulkar has given Rs 1 crore to overcome oxygen shortage.
“The second wave of Corona has put pressure on our health systems,” Sachin tweeted on Thursday evening. Providing oxygen to serious corona patients is the greatest need today. It is heartening to see that people are coming forward on this occasion and helping people.
Sachin wrote, “A group of 250 young enterpreneurs have started the initiative” Mission Oxygen “to import oxygen concentrators. These oxygen concentrators will be handed over to hospitals across the country. I have also contributed and I hope These efforts will reach the hospitals across the country as soon as possible.
Sachin said, your support was invaluable when I was playing and it gave me success. Today is the time when we all have to unite with those who are engaged in hard work and hard work in fighting this epidemic.
Mission Oxygen India tweeted and thanked Sachin Tendulkar for donating Rs 1 crore. Mission Oxygen India is an initiative by Delhi NCR based entrepreneurs to raise funds for importing oxygen constructor machines and donating the needy to hospitals.