Cricket has come to a standstill because of the coronavirus, however the gamers are making a lot of the testing occasions by serving to the needy. In a chat with the Instances of India, Kings XI Punjab batsman Sarfaraz Khan revealed that this time round he wouldn’t be celebrating Eid, and in flip would assist the poor with the saved-up cash.
The Mumbai teen, alongside together with his father-cum-coach Naushad Khan, gave away lunch packets and mineral water bottles to migrant staff in his hometown Azamgarh.
“We is not going to rejoice Eid this time. The cash we’d have spent to purchase new garments and equipment on Eid, will now be spent on these needing assist. We urge all those that are economically effectively to additionally come ahead to assist others on this time,” Sarfaraz stated.
“We’re distributing meals and water bottles to folks as a result of so many individuals are returning to their villages because of the concern of coronavirus.
“They’re hungry and thirsty, and have been travelling for thus many days. We additionally keep hungry throughout Ramadan, so we’ve got an concept in regards to the worth of meals and water,” he added.
Sarafaraz had a superb Ranji season this 12 months as he scored 928 runs in simply six video games, at a median of 154.
Alternatively, U-19 World Cup opener Yashasvi Jaiswal and his coach Jwala Singh tried to assist the groundsmen in Mumbai, who haven’t any work presently because of the lockdown. The latter posted images of them distributing ration packets to the needy.