New Delhi: Team India captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) is not only a good batting, he is a great person. Virat often comes forward to help people. This player, who ruled in the hearts of millions of fans with his game, has once again won the hearts of all.
Virat Kohli is already campaigning against the Corona epidemic. Apart from this, Virat is not backing down for help. In fact, Virat has played an important role in saving the life of the mother of the former female cricketer of Team India.
Virat Kohli won heart
Virat Kohli has given money for the treatment of former cricketer KS Sravanthi Naidu’s mother. Shravanti’s mother SK Suman has a corona, due to which she is hospitalized. His condition is very serious. In such a situation, Virat Kohli of Naidu, who is going through lack of money, helped financially.
In fact KS Sravanthi Naidu has spent about Rs. 16 lakhs on the treatment of his parents. In such a situation, Shravanti sought help from the BCCI and Hyderabad Cricket Association to help in the treatment of her mother. After this, former BCCI South Zone convenor N Vidya Yadav sought help for Shravanti’s mother in a tweet, in which she also tagged Virat Kohli.
Virat Kohli came to know about the difficulties of Shravanti via Twitter and immediately gave 6.77 lakh rupees to Shravanti.
Let me tell you that the fielding coach of Team India, R Sridhar, also deposited money for Shravanti’s mother and at the same time he told Virat Kohli about it.
Vidya Yadav told Sportstar about this, ‘To be honest, I was surprised to see his immediate help. Such a great cricketer took such a brilliant step. I am also thankful to the fielding coach of the Indian men’s cricket team, R Sridhar. He also spoke to Kohli.
Virat-Anushka’s Cato Campaign
Team India captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma have donated two crore rupees to help in the country’s fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic. Not only this, both of them had raised Rs 11 crore through the Keto campaign. The money was collected for oxygen supplies, ventilators and medicines.