As the country continues to fight the new coronavirus epidemic, India’s top hitter Shikhar Dhawan tried to bring a smile to the face of Hindu refugees of Pakistan by donating beds, modular toilets, and cricket kits.

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Many Hindu refugees in Pakistan currently live near Majlis Park Metro Station in Delhi. The Delhi cricketer distributed essential goods to the refugees and cheered on their faces.

The left-handed opener also said that he is grateful for the friendly reception people have received on his arrival. Dhawan wrote in a tweet, “I enjoyed my morning with the refugees living near the Majlis metro station. Grateful for such a welcome.”

The COVID-19 epidemic has severely affected the economy and the livelihood of thousands of people in the country. “My friend is working with the refugee camp, has planted trees and toilets there.

He has distributed a lot of food there during his imprisonment. So I was also wondering how I can contribute to the community, we have Having distributed cricket kits there, I am grateful for that.

” God I’m in a place where I can help the community, now those people can play, I told my Kukabura sponsors to give me some quality stuff there and I thank them that they did what was necessary Was.

Dhawan’s stunning gesture comes at a time when millions of disadvantaged people across the country are struggling to make ends meet during the ongoing blockade caused by the coronavirus epidemic. The pandemic has caused a huge loss to the economy and livelihood of the country, killing thousands of people.

“My friend is working with the refugee camp, has planted trees and toilets there. He has distributed a lot of food there during his imprisonment. So I was also wondering how I can contribute to the community, we have Having distributed cricket kits there, I am grateful for that.

 

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