With everyone quarantined and stuck inside their house, India ‘s fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah is spending his time with his mother. In a video posted by the Indian speedster on Twitter, the fast bowler is seen cleaning his house in an attempt to impress his mother.
“My modified mobility drills are keeping the house clean and my mother very happy. PS: Yes, I had to do a Round 2 with no slippers on,” Jasprit Bumrah captioned the video on Twitter.
My modified mobility drills are keeping the house clean and my mother very happy. 😎💪🏼 (P.s – I had to do everything again without the slippers.🤣🤣) pic.twitter.com/gFDrovK59t
— Jasprit Bumrah (@Jaspritbumrah93) March 30, 2020
The Indian government has implemented a nationwide lockdown since March 25 as a precautionary measure for the safety of the citizens and to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus across the nation. Originated in China, the Covid-19 virus has affected the whole world. The Indian government has reported 1000+ positive cases across the country. The Corona Virus is also responsible for more than 30 deaths in the country.
The 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League too was rescheduled because of the same. Earlier, set to commence from March 29, the IPL 2020 is now rescheduled to begin from April 15. However with India under complete lockdown, the future of India ‘s cash-rich Indian Premier League lies under the clouds of uncertainty right now.
Many people of the Indian cricket fraternity have raised up their hands and decided to help the local authorities in any way possible. Sachin Tendulkar, Ajinkya Rahane and Suresh Raina had donated funds in the country’s battle against the COVID-19. Pragyan Ojha, the Pathan brothers, MS Dhoni to have made significant contributions for the same.
Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli and his wife Anushka Sharma too have pledged their support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s PM-CARES Fund and decided to donate money and help the government in the battle against the pandemic virus.
“Anushka and I are pledging our support towards PM-CARES Fund & the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (Maharashtra). Our hearts are breaking looking at the suffering of so many & we hope our contribution, in some way, helps easing the pain of our fellow citizens,” Kohli said in a tweet.
Anushka and I are pledging our support towards PM-CARES Fund & the Chief Minister's Relief Fund (Maharashtra). Our hearts are breaking looking at the suffering of so many & we hope our contribution, in some way, helps easing the pain of our fellow citizens #IndiaFightsCorona
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 30, 2020
The Karnataka State Cricket Association isn’t far behind as the association along with others like the Cricket Association of Bengal and Mumbai Cricket Association has decided to help the local governing authorities ad respective state governments by donating significant amounts of money. The Karnataka State Cricket Association has donated Rs 50 lakh each to the central government and the state government.