IPL 2021: Pat Cummins came forward to help the COVID-19 crisis in India, donated 50,000 dollars to PM Cares Fund

While many Australians have returned to their home country due to rising COVID-19 cases in India, Pat Cummins, who plays for the Kolkata Knight Riders, has come forward to help in this difficult time.

Pat Cummins has donated 50 thousand dollars or about 37 lakh rupees to the PM Cares Fund. He has helped to buy oxygen supplies especially for hospitals in India. Pat Cummins shared this message on his official Twitter account.

Apart from this, he has also promised to come forward for help from his fellow players of IPL. At the same time, he has appealed to the Government of India that the IPL should continue during this difficult time. Because it gives some happy hours for the nation in this difficult time.

Let us tell you that recently three Australian players have returned back to Australia. Adam Zampa and Kane Richardson of Royal Challengers Bangalore, and Andrew Tye, who plays for Rajasthan Royals, has also returned to his homeland. After the Australian government banned many flights coming from India, many players fear that they may not get restricted away from home.

Apart from these three players, 13 players from Australia are still part of the IPL 2021.

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