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Covid-19: Harbhajan Singh trolled for seeking help for Pakistan

Covid-19: People of every country of the world are in panic due to Coronavirus. Thousands of people are being killed by this epidemic.

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh

The government of every country is working on its level to deal with this deadly disease. Celebrities and social organizations have also come forward to help him in this work.

In India, the fans have not yet seen the generosity of cricketers, because in this difficult time, only one or two cricketers have come forward for financial help.

Meanwhile, Harbhajan Singh (Twitter) was outraged by the Twitter request for help for Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi. Afridi and his foundation are working to help coronavirus victims in Pakistan.

Harbhajan posted his video message on Sunday. In it, he said, “At this time the whole world is going through a difficult situation. In this difficult time, we must stand with each other. Shahid Afridi’s Foundation is doing a good job. We should help for humanity. We should also be a part of this campaign.”

He also nominated Wasim Akram, Shoaib Akhtar, and Yuvraj Singh in a message to help Afridi.

https://twitter.com/harbhajan_singh/status/1244148978326765568

This post by Harbhajan went viral shortly. Some fans did not like his message. He started trolling Harbhajan badly. @ItsYourAshu wrote, ‘First do it in your country, what a foolish man this brother is.’ @Royal_boy_JV wrote, ‘O brother. Our PM sahib has also opened a donated fund in the name of pmcares, if we had propagated it too, what would have been a human death. Yes, you have earned your stay in India for the rest of your life, then how much have you donated to the Indian government. To consider you a hero is my biggest mistake so far. ‘

Only few cricketers have come forward for financial help. The largest amount in this has been donated by Suresh Raina (52 lakh rupees). He is followed by Sachin Tendulkar. He has donated 50 lakh rupees. Ajinkya Rahane has contributed Rs 10 lakh.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has given Rs 51 crore to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. BCCI President Sourav Ganguly has announced a grant of Rs 50 lakh rice.

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