Sourav Ganguly, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president, on Friday encouraged the residents to remain inside and keep up social separating as India battles the coronavirus pandemic. "Stay Indoors and look after resistance. Recall social separating is the new solidarity and in particular, battling coronavirus is our national obligation. Indeed, these are troublesome occasions all around the globe, in India and in different conditions of our nation and it's significant that we stand up," Sourav Ganguly said in a video on Twitter.
Ganguly adulated the administration authorities, wellbeing office and police staff for making an excellent showing against the dangerous coronavirus.
"The Prime Minister is attempting, the Chief Ministers are attempting, the wellbeing office is attempting, the police have made an outstanding showing. However, it is on us to look after separation, it is on us to regard their requests and it's on us to remain safe, remain sound and in particular stay inside," Ganguly included.
The previous India commander additionally referenced that if the residents demonstration capably, the nation will have the option to battle the savage infection.
"Recall whether we are as one, we are mindful, we will battle this coronavirus," Ganguly finished up.
The destructive infection has carried the brandishing scene to a pounding end. India's three-coordinate One-day International arrangement against South Africa was canceled before the 2020 IPL was deferred until April 15 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an offer to control the spread of the coronavirus in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reported a 21-day across the nation lockdown.