SOURAV GANGULY DISTRIBUTED FOODS TO THE NEEDY PEOPLE
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As India continues its fight against novel coronavirus (COVID-19), The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly on Saturday distributed food packets among the needy people in Kolkata.
The former Indian skipper also raises a helping hand with ISKCON Kolkata to provide meals to over 10,000 needy people every day due to amid lockdown COVID-19.
“These are difficult times. A small contribution to society from SGF to serve people.Thank you to state and central government and all social workers who are endlessly trying to help the people of our country. We will get through this @MamataOfficial, @narendramodi, @bcci” Ganguly tweeted.
Earlier, Ganguly gave 20000 kg of rice at Belur Math (Headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission). Several sportspersons like Rohit Sharma, National champion Isha Singh, and Mithali Raj also contributed their bit for the victims of COVID-19. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, many sporting events have been canceled or postponed.