Virat Kohli donates Rs 6.77 lakh for COVID-19 treatment of ex-India women’s cricketer’s mother. Team India skipper Virat Kohli donated Rs. 6.77 lakhs for the COVID-19 treatment of former Indian women cricketer K.S. Sravanthi Naidu’s mother.
Sravanthi’s mother is suffering from COVID-19 and is in critical condition. She also appealed to the BCCI and Hyderabad Cricket Association for help.
Team India Men’s skipper Virat Kohli donates money- Kohli while responding to a tweet tagged to him by former BCCI South Zone convenor and sister of Sravanthi, N. Vidya Yadav, provided the help.
Sravanthi had already spent Rs. 16 Lakhs for treatment of her parents, who tested positive for COVID-19. Her mother is in a critical position while her father is also in the ICU and they both are fighting for their lives.
“Honestly, I was amazed at his spontaneous gesture. Such a great gesture from such a great cricketer. I am also grateful to the Indian fielding coach R. Sridhar who also took up the issue with Kohli,” Vidya told Sportstar.
Team India Men’s skipper Virat Kohli donates money- Sravanthi Naidu has played in four women’s One Day Internationals and one Test for India. She holds the record for producing the best bowling figures on WT20I debut (4/9). Naidu played one Test and four ODIs as of 2014. She was a part of the 2014 India Women’s squad for three Twenty20s against Bangladesh and also the Women’s World Twenty20.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli donates Rs 6.77 lakh for COVID-19 treatment of ex-India women’s cricketer’s mother