Head administrator Narendra Modi on Friday hailed the endeavors of previous India cricketers Mohammad Kaif and Yuvraj Singh after they asked individuals to watch "Janata time limit" to battle the coronavirus flare-up. "Here are 2 amazing cricketers whose association we will recollect until the end of time. Presently, as they have stated, it is the ideal opportunity for another organization. This time, all of India will be accomplices in the battle against Coronavirus," PM Modi tweeted.
PM Modi on Thursday had encouraged residents to follow "Janata check in time" on March 22 in the perspective on a novel coronavirus flare-up.
After this Yuvraj and Kaif made an intrigue to the individuals to meet up to battle the coronavirus pandemic
The association PM Modi alluded to in his tweet was from the Natwest last (2002) where India was given an objective of 326 to dominate the game. India was battling at 146/5 when both Yuvraj and Kaif got together at the wrinkle.
The team put on an organization of 121 hurries to give India a hint of something to look forward to in the match. Yuvraj was expelled for 69 runs, however Kaif batted well the tailenders to give India a success in the last over by two wickets and with three balls to save.
The absolute number of COVID-19 cases in India has now moved up to 223, including 32 outsiders, the Union Health Ministry said on Friday.