IPL 2021: Pandya brother’s to donate 200 oxygen concentrators to rural India in fight against COVID-19

200 oxygen concentrators to be donated by Hardik and Krunal Pandya to hospitals in rural India as the country is battling a second wave of Covid-19 pandemic.

Mumbai Indians star all-rounder Hardik Pandya and his brother Krunal Pandya, along with their mother, announced on Saturday that they would donate 200 oxygen concentrators to hospitals in rural India, even as the world battles the second wave of COVID-19. Hardik stated that he thinks rural medical infrastructure needs assistance during times of disaster and that they are working to aid in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Hardik announced that his family would donate oxygen concentrators to hospitals in rural India.
  • We all appreciate how tough it is, and we want to express our appreciation and help: Hardik.
  • Hardik has been seen featuring the Mumbai Indians in the IPL 2021.

Hardik Pandya, speaking to the Indian Premier League website ahead of Mumbai Indians’ Saturday evening match against Chennai Super Kings, added that the Pandya family wanted to express their appreciation and wish the people of the world safety in the midst of the pandemic.

The Mumbai Indians all-rounder said, “Gratitude to all the medical staff, frontline workers and all the individuals who have come out and held their hands at such times to fight out the battle. Krunal, myself and my mother – basically our entire family, we were finding ways at trying to help out”.

“We decided to donate 200 oxygen concentrators to the rural parts of India where I feel the medical infrastructure needs more support. We all understand it’s difficult, we want to show our gratitude, support and just want to tell everyone that they’re always there in our prayers,” Hardik added.

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