Mumbai: Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has pledged to assist round 5,000 individuals for a month in Shivaji Nagar and Govandi space of Mumbai by way of an NGO amid the continued coronavirus pandemic.
“Thank you, Sachin Tendulkar for stepping in and helping Apnalaya help the ones suffering the most during this lockdown. He will be taking care of the ration of around 5000 people for a month. There are many more individuals who need your support, people! Donate now,” tweeted an NGO named Apnalaya whereas expressing gratitude to Tendulkar and urging others to donate.
The 47-year-old, on his half, wished the NGO to proceed their work within the service of the distressed and needy. “Keep up your good work,” he tweeted.
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Earlier, Tendulkar had donated Rs 25 lakh every to the Prime Minister’s Citizen Help and Aid in Emergency Conditions Fund (PM-CARES Fund) and Chief Minister’s Aid Fund (Maharashtra) in his bid to hitch the combat in opposition to COVID-19.
The Grasp Blaster has been urging individuals to stick to the rules issued by the federal government and keep indoors throughout the ongoing lockdown in place amid the coronavirus pandemic which has claimed round 200 lives within the nation to date.
Sachin Tendulkar Nonetheless Remembered Off The Area
Final time India received an ICC occasion, Champions Trophy in 2013, Ramji Srinivasan was the person coaching M.S. Dhonis warhorses. And it was the identical man who saved Crew India match and wholesome throughout the 2011 World Cup journey. At a time when the world has come to a standstill as a result of coronavirus outbreak, who higher than Ramji to counsel methods to remain match and wholesome whereas staying indoors.
“I never saw a Sachin Tendulkar, Dhoni, Virender Sehwag or Rohit Sharma obsess over weight training. Yes, they did hit the gym, but there was a reason when they did and not because they would lift heavy weights. The likes of Sachin would work a lot on their wrists and shoulders. Let’s keep Dhoni aside because I honestly believe he was a natural. You cannot go through a career like his and with the workload he had and still count injuries on your fingers,” he laughed.
In the meantime, former Australia skipper Michael Clarke has mentioned legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar was the toughest to get out as he didn’t have any technical weak point.
“Probably technically the best batsman (Tendulkar) I ever saw. The hardest batsman to get out. I think Sachin, technically, didn’t have a weakness. Part of you hoped that he made a mistake,” Fox Sports activities quoted Clarke as saying on the Large Sports activities Breakfast radio present.
Tendulkar, who retired from worldwide cricket in 2013, scored 15,921 and 18,426 runs respectively in 200 Assessments and 463 matches he performed for India. He holds the file for scoring the utmost variety of centuries (100) in worldwide cricket.
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