In India, cases of Kovid-19 are increasing every day. In such a situation, this Pakistani has said to show solidarity and pray.
Pakistan cricket team after defeating South Africa (Pic Credit Babar Azam Twitter)
India is currently battling the Covid-19 epidemic. This epidemic has caused havoc in the whole country. Many people have lost their lives. Once again the lockdown has come. In India, the cases are increasing every day. In such a situation, a cricketer from the neighboring country of Pakistan has prayed for India and Indians. This player is Babar Azam, captain of Pakistan cricket team. Babur has prayed for the health of Indians through Twitter.
Babar has written in his tweet that it is time to show solidarity and pray for each other. The Pakistani player has written in the tweet. “My prayers are with the people of India in this difficult time. This is the time when solidarity must be shown and pray together. I appeal to all people to follow SOP as it is for our safety. Together we can do this. “
Prayers with the people of India in these catastrophic times. It’s time to show solidarity and pray together. I also request all the people out there to strictly follow SOPs, as it’s for our safety only. Together we can do it. #StayStrong pic.twitter.com/YCLb13ITlO
– Babar Azam (@ babarazam258) April 26, 2021
Impact on IPL
The increasing cases of Kovid-19 in India are having an impact on the ongoing IPL-2021. After the match played between Delhi Capitals and Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday night, Delhi Capitals off-spinner Ravichandran had said to take a break from the IPL. He said that the reason behind this is that his family is troubled by this epidemic at this time and in such a situation, he wants to stay with his family.
At the same time, some foreign players have also left the IPL. On Monday, Ken Richardson and Adam Zampa of Royal Challengers Bangalore withdrew from the IPL for personal reasons. Earlier, Liam Livingstone and Andrew Tye of Rajasthan Royals have also left the IPL in the middle. Ty left the IPL in the midst of fears that his country would be denied entry due to increased Corona cases.
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