Indian skipper Virat Kohli and his spouse Anushka Sharma on Thursday requested folks to donate for Assam and Bihar flood aid. Kohli, taking to social media platform Instagram, introduced that they’ve pledged to donate to the aid funds whereas urging folks to contribute in direction of the identical trigger.
On Friday, Kohli shared one other video clip to induce folks to contribute in direction of Assam and Bihar flood aid, that he wreaked havoc in each the Indian states and disrupted each day life. Kohli, together with different elite sportspersons, like KL Rahul, Sania Mirza, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Harmanpreet Kaur, Wriddhiman Saha and Shubman Gill, have determined to public sale their prized possessions in a bid to lift funds for the flood victims.
“#WeAreTogetherForAssamAndBihar Our countrymen need us in these troubled times. Let’s do our part in helping them,” tweeted Kohli.
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In Bihar, over three lakh folks have been evacuated up to now with over 25,000 folks put in 19 aid camps. Whereas in Assam, at the least 107 folks have died. A complete of 208 aid camps have been arrange which now have greater than 37,000 folks.
Kohli put up a pair of bats signed by him for public sale, whereas Saha put his signed Test jersey. Kuldeep auctioned his hat-trick ball whereas Chahal put the match-ball by which he picked up a five-fer in opposition to South Africa.
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Rahul auctioned the bat which he used to smash the quickest IPL half-century, whereas Harmanpreet put her 100th T20I jersey for public sale. Shubman Gill put up his signed Test jersey whereas Sania decised to public sale the racquet with which she received the Australian Open girls’s double in 2016.
The sportspersons requested everybody to take part within the auctions because the proceedings will go straight to the folks affected by floods in Assam and Bihar.