All-rounder Richa Ghosh, who represented India in the Women’s T20 World Cup earlier this month, on Sunday donated Rs 1 lakh to the Bengal Chief Minister’s aid fund in fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 16-year outdated’s father handed over a cheque of Rs 1 Lakh to Siliguri District Magistrate Sumanta Sahay.
“When everybody is fighting COVID-19 and the chief minister has appealed for a united battle against it, I thought of contributing a bit as a responsible citizen of the country,” Richa, who performed two matches in the T20 World Cup together with the ultimate, mentioned.
Having made her debut in the tri-sequence in Australia earlier than the T20 World Cup, Richa and Shafali Verma have been the 2 16-year-olds who performed the ultimate which India misplaced to Australia by 85 runs on March 8.
As many as 66 match observers contributed Rs 2,000 every with certainly one of them contributing Rs 18,000 on behalf of ex observers totalling to an quantity of Rs 1,50,000 in direction of West Bengal State Emergency Fund. The quantity can be transferred initially by the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) and deducted from the dues of those observers.
Similarly, 82 numbers of scorers contributed their day’s pay aggregating to an quantity of Rs 77,420. The scorers have additionally made related requests to CAB to pay initially and later deducting the quantity once they get their funds.Representative of Mohammedan Sporting Club on the CAB, Dipak Singh donated personally Rs 2 lakh to the Relief Fund.Former Women’s Test Player Mithu Mukherjee has expressed her want to contribute Rs 25,000.
Coach of Bengal Women’s U23 staff Jayanta Ghosh Dastidar would contribute Rs 10,000. While models like White Border Club and Vijay Sports Club can be donating Rs 50,000 every by way of CAB, Uttar Pally Milan Sangha, Suburban Club and Rangers Club would make a contribution of Rs 25,000 every by way of CAB. Among the District Sports Associations (DSA), Coochbehar DSA agreed to donate Rs 10,000 to the State Relief Fund.