The all-format skipper of Pakistan, Babar Azam, has sent his prayers to his neighboring country, India, fighting against the second wave of the COVID 19 virus. The second wave of this virus has devastated the country, and there is no improvement as the toll of deaths has kept rising every week.
The unfortunate infected people have not got the beds, oxygen, and ventilators on demand. There has been a huge queue for finding the necessary tools which could heal the virus, and the ques are there to burn/bury the bodies of their loved ones who this dangerous virus has infected.
In such a tangy situation, the Pakistani skipper Babar Azam has sent his prayers to India. Babar was born in Punjab.
He spoke about the importance of solidity and prayer. He also urged India to take the necessary precautions and stay away from this deadly Corona Virus.
Babar had sent this message on Twitter. He said that his prayers are with India, and he urged the people of this county to be solid and pray together things can work out.
He said to follow the SOP and government rules as safety is the priority. He concluded the message with let fight it out together, and we can do it.
Babar Azam’s team Pakistan currently won the T20I series against Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club. They won the three-match series by a margin of 2-1. After the men in the green team lost the second match, Pakistan bounced in the final T20I match and won it by 24 runs.
Recently, the Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins donated $50000 to the Indian Prime Ministers’ relief fund for buying the oxygen supplies for the Indian hospitals. Pat Cummins, who plays for the Kolkata Knight Riders franchise, also sent a message after he donated this huge amount.