New Delhi, Aug 22
Playing the Good Samaritan, India cricketer KL Rahul has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) hoods to the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel posted at Bengaluru airport, serving to them battle the COVID-19 pandemic.
India has up to now recorded almost 30 lakh instances of COVID-19 with over 55,000 individuals succumbing to the contagious illness.
Talking in regards to the pandemic, Rahul stated, “The CISF is defending us day and evening. They are risking their lives in order that we are able to stay comfortably.”
“It is not only mine but everybody’s responsibility to make them feel safe and comfortable. This is just a small gesture from my end for them.”
Rahul, who’s on the point of lead Kings XI Punjab within the upcoming IPL, is among the many many athletes to have helped the frontline employees amid the unprecedented well being disaster, which has engulfed the whole world.
A philanthropist at coronary heart, the elegant wicketkeeper-batsman has typically been in information for his selfless gestures. Right from auctioning his ODI T20 jersey and donating his World Cup cricket equipment to serving to Thalassemia sufferers, he has impressed the youth of the nation repeatedly.
And now, because the well being disaster continues, Rahul took on the duty to assist these within the frontline, by donating PPE hoods on the Kempegowda International Airport within the southern metropolis.
On the skilled entrance, the cricketer is busy making ready for the IPL, which is ready to begin on September 19 within the United Arab Emirates. PTI