Only 22-year-old young cricketer Sarfaraz Khan has come forward to help the poor. Sarfaraz is helping migrant laborers in his village Uttar Pradesh's Azamgarh, due to Coronavirus, sports activities have been stopped in the entire country. In such a situation, the players are staying in their homes and spending time with family members. On the other hand, cricketers are also seen helping the poor in this difficult time. In such a situation, 22-year-old young cricketer Sarfaraz Khan has also come forward to help the poor. Sarfaraz is helping migrant laborers in his village Uttar Pradesh's Azamgarh. Sarfaraz is distributing food to the laborers passing through his village. Significantly, Sarfaraz is staying with his family members in his village during lockdown. Recently, Safraj played for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy and did a triple century in this season. Please tell that Sarfaraz is going to play for Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in IPL this year.
Sarfaraz talked about the migrant laborers and said that at this time the Pak month of Ramadan is going on, in such a situation we ourselves are staying hungry thirsty. One time we went to the market, we saw the migrant laborers going hungry and thirsty. Only then did I think that something should be done for them. My father is with me in this work and we are helping as much as possible for the laborers. Along with this, Sarfaraz said that for his fitness, he is working very hard at home. Sarfaraz also talked about the IPL and said that he too is waiting for the IPL to start, but at this time the entire focus is on the corona so that the disease ends as soon as possible. Sarfaraz also talked about Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers and said that the time spent with him has been very special. He has learned to work hard with Kohli, while from AB, he has learned to work hard on his batting during practice.
Sarfaraz hopes that he will be able to attract the attention of the selectors once again on good performance. By the way, he said that he just wants to work hard and does not think anything about the future. Along with this, Sarfaraz praised Mumbai team-mate cricketer Surya Kumar Yadav and said that a lot has been learned from him.
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