Warwickshire: Cricketer Hanuma Vihari has helped to arrange a Covid-19 fundraiser for the dad and mom of former Indian cricketer Sravanthi Naidu on the request of India’s fielding coach R Sridhar on Twitter. Sravanthi Naidu has represented India in four ODIs and 6 T20Is.
The fielding coach, R Sridhar took to social media to tell concerning the former cricketer’s dad and mom. Tagging Virat Kohli, BCCI and Hanuma Vihari in a put up, he wrote: “Former India and Hyd cricketer Sravanthi Naidu’s parents r fighting Covid19.She already spent Rs 16 lakh & is in urgent need of funds fr hospital expenses. Kindly help. ICICI bank Account no:- 630801551774 IFSC code:- ICIC0006308 Vikrampuri branch”
Indian batsman, who’s presently enjoying County Cricket in England took discover of this put up and was immediate in his response. He organized for a ‘Ketto’ fundraiser. (An internet site solely made for the aim of crowdfunding for Covid misery)
The fundraiser managed to assemble nearly 19ok Indian rupees until eight pm on 18 May 2021, in 5 hours of being arrange. Sravanthi Naidu was a left-arm spinner who holds the report for the very best figures in WT20I cricket.
Cricketer Hanuma Vihari has truly arrange a community of just about 100 individuals on social media to assist the individuals and households who’re affected by Covid-19. He is presently enjoying County Cricket in England for Warwickshire. His community consists of associates from Andhra, Telangana, and Karnataka who’re serving to with offering plasma and oxygen cylinders, whereas additionally arranging meals and hospital beds.
Hanuma Vihari can be a part of the squad that’s sure to journey to England to play the World Test Championship in Southampton on 18 June 2021.