The Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) will give 1 crore rupees to the country in the fight against the coronavirus. Against the Kovid-19 epidemic, this cricket board will donate 50-50 lakhs to the central and state government. A KSCA spokesperson said, 'KSCA wants to contribute Rs 50 lakhs to the Prime Minister's Civil Assistance and Emergency Relief Fund through BCCI and Rs 50 lakhs to the Chief Minister of Karnataka Government State Relief Fund. The donation is intended to strengthen the disaster management capabilities of the Center and the state and to contribute to protecting Indian citizens and encouraging research to combat Kovid-19. We are also committed to provide other necessary support.
BCCI donated 51 crores: The world's richest and powerful cricket board BCCI donated 51 crores on Saturday. BCCI with a net worth of more than 2 thousand 200 crores was being trolled a lot on Twitter.
According to the information, all the sports lovers wanted to know why the Indian Cricket Board was not coming forward in this hour of crisis. Apart from KSCA, some other state associations like Bengal Cricket Association, Mumbai Cricket Association and Saurashtra Cricket Association have also given help.