This year’s corona outbreak in the country is making people and their condition more miserable. The increasing number of daily coronavirus patients and the increasing mortality rate is putting more strain on the health system. Amid the dire situation, Former Indian cricketers Irfan Pathan and Yusuf Pathan, who rushed to the aid of the poor during the last Corona pandemic, have also come to the rescue the falling situation this year too.
The Pathan family has fulfilled their responsibility towards the society in the terrible Corona crisis. During the last Corona period, they had decided to donate 10 kg of rice and 700 kg of potatoes to the needy. They also distributed PPE kits and masks to various hospitals in Vadodara. Even in the present Corona period, the Pathan brothers have started a Mehmood Khan S Pathan Public Charitable Trust in the name of their father. They are providing free food to patients and have also appealed to people not to lose patience in times of such crisis. The Pathan brothers have advised people to help each other.
Against the backdrop of the corona, Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins contributed Rs. 30 lakh to the Prime Minister’s Fund. Former Australian bowler Brett Lee also donated Rs. 4.3 million to various hospitals in India to supply oxygen. Such Indian players are not far behind. Sheldon Jackson also called on the Gautam Gambhir Foundation to help others. Meanwhile, the pair are one of the most successful brothers in the history of Indian cricket have rushed to help the poor. Their father used to work for 250 rupees so that he can fulfill their dreams of becoming cricketers. These two Pathan brothers have now joined hands in the Corona crisis.
– Omkar Khedekar