Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Jaydev Unadkat will donate 10 percent of his Indian Premier League (IPL) salary to help purchase medical resources and essential commodities in this era of the COVID-19 epidemic.
This information has been given by the cricketer himself through Twitter. Along with this, he has also shared a video on his official Twitter handle.
In a video message on Twitter, the left-arm pacer Unadkat said, “I have been feeling for the last few weeks something I want to share with you. Our country is going through a huge crisis and I know how we Playing cricket in this situation. I know how painful a personal loss can be and how worrying it can be to see my close friends fighting for their lives. I have been in both situations. “
He further said that even then, I am not saying that playing cricket at this time is right or wrong. But honestly, it is difficult to stay away from family and friends in this situation. I think this game brings happiness to many people. My heart is with the people affected at this time. Please be strong Let us all come together, contribute and help each other in whatever way we can. “
While sharing the video, Jaydev Unadkat wrote in the caption that I am giving 10 percent of my IPL salary to those who need the necessary medical resources. My family will ensure that it arrives at the right places. Jai Hind!. People are praising Jaydev’s move through social media.