Kolkata: Within the cricketing area, he all the time led the crew from the entrance. He’s a real chief exterior the sphere too. When India is deeply moved by the second wave of Corona Pandemic, Sourav Ganguly once more takes his guard on the crease.
The previous Indian captain and now the BCCI president is donating 50 oxygen concentrators in several hospitals and NGOs in Kolkata. From Saturday onwards, Sourav’s crew is visiting the federal government hospitals throughout Kolkata and donating oxygen concentrators. On Saturday afternoon, Crew Sourav Ganguly visited the Vidyasagar Hospital at Behala and donated two oxygen concentrators. The superintendent of the Hospital wrote a chunk of acknowledgment and gave it again to crew Sourav.
“Dada has bought 50 oxygen concentrators from a company and we have started distributing them. As a partial lockdown is scheduled to start from Sunday onwards, we are trying to reach as many hospitals as we can by Saturday evening. On behalf of Dada, we are distributing 50 oxygen concentrators as of now. Later we will donate more oxygen concentrators,” Taniya Bhattacharyya, one from Sourav Ganguly’s workplace, who herself visited numerous hospitals to make the donation, tells ABP LIVE Bengali.
Crew Sourav Ganguly has donated oxygen concentrators to an oxygen parlor at Rajarhat, has despatched two concentrators to Chinsurah in Hooghly district for an oxygen on wheel challenge. There may be an NGO working for the ailment of Covid Contaminated senior residents who stay alone in Kolkata. Crew Sourav Ganguly has supplied them with oxygen concentrators.
Sourav himself has co-morbidities. He had a gentle coronary heart assault a number of months in the past and he has to undergo angioplasty. That’s why he himself can’t go to each place with assist and due to this fact sending his crew in every single place. “We have to come forward and make sure that every infected gets proper treatment. We will do our best in this trying time,” stated Sourav.