SRH announced to donate 30 crores to fight Corona
By Sudev Haldar
on Mon May 10 2021
SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) announced to donate 30 crores rupees to fight against Corona
The IPL team Sunrisers Hyderabad has announced a donation of Rs 30 crore to help the people fighting the Coronavirus. This money will be given by the team’s proprietary company Sun TV. Sunrisers Hyderabad gave this information by tweeting. It said Sun TV (Sunrisers Hyderabad) is giving Rs 30 crore to provide relief to the people affected by the second wave of Coronavirus. Was given money to fight. Also announced to provide oxygen, ventilators, and necessary medical equipment.
SunTV also said that against this fight, about six thousand people working in their different companies will also donate their one day’s salary. In addition to Sunrisers Hyderabad, SunTV has 33 television channels and 45 radio channels in India. Apart from this, he has two daily newspapers and five magazines.
An amount of Rs 30 crore to be given by Sunrisers Hyderabad will be spent on different programs run by the Indian and state governments. Also, NGOs providing oxygen cylinders and medicines will also be helped. It has been said that the company will also spread awareness about corona among the people through its media channels.
Rajasthan Royals has also extended its hand. Rajasthan had decided that they would donate a hefty amount of 7.5 crores so that people struggling with corona can be helped throughout the country. Rajasthan shared this information among the people through a tweet. Rajasthan was the first IPL team to do so.
Team Chennai Super Kings, while contributing to the fight against the Covid 19 epidemic, has arranged 450 oxygen concentrators for the affected patients in Tamil Nadu. Chennai Super Kings Cricket Limited director R Srinivasan handed over an oxygen concentrator to Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. K. Stalin on Saturday.
Team Delhi Capitals gave one and a half crores to help in Delhi’s war against the Corona epidemic. This money will be used to purchase essential medical supplies, oxygen cylinders, and Covid kits.