Paying his contribution to the PM CARES fund, former Indian cricketer Anil Kumble said he wanted to "separate" the corona. He also contributed to the Carnataka Foreign Minister's relief fund.
Kumble took to Twitter and wrote: "To box out # Covid19India we all need to come together and fight this battle. I have made my humble contributions to #PMCaresFund #PMNRF and #CMReliefFund @PMOIndia @ nareMokBClo i narendramodi @ do #StaySafeStayHome. "
To bowl # Covid19India we must all come together and fight this battle. I have made my humble contributions #PMCaresFund #PMNRF and #CMReliefFund @ PMOIndia @narendramodi @CMofKarnataka . BSYBJP Yes please #StaySafeStayHome
– Anil Kumble (@ anilkumble1074) March 31, 2020
PM CARES is a fund created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is called the Citizens' Aid Fund and the Emergency Assistance Fund (PM-CARES) and Prime Minister Modi has called on all allies to show their support for the cause.
Several athletes have come forward to donate and help the country in its fight against COVID-19.
The death toll in India due to COVID-19 rose to 32 and the total number of corona cases reached 1,251 on Monday. There are 1,117 active cases in the country, according to the Union's Ministry of Health.