Bangladesh cricket workforce to donate half of their salaries for coronavirus
Bangladesh’s nationwide cricketers will donate half of their month-to-month remuneration to their authorities’s aid fund to struggle the novel coronavirus (COVID-10) pandemic, Dhaka Tribune reported.
As per the publication, of the 27 cricketers making the donations, 17 are centrally contracted whereas the remaining 10 gamers additionally members of the facet.
The workforce will donate a complete of 3million takas (PKR 5.5m) after which tax deductions will see the quantity diminished to TK2.5m (PKR 4.8m).
“…The outbreak of coronavirus is also increasing in Bangladesh. We, the cricketers, are trying to aware people in social media to take necessary steps to prevent this pandemic…we are 27 cricketers giving half of our monthly salaries to help against coronavirus. After excluding the tax the amount might be approximately 25 lakh around,” a joint assertion shared by ODI skipper Tamim Iqbal mentioned.
Tamim Iqbal urged individuals to apply the required medical protocols.
“… If we can take the responsibilities and try to make contribution wholeheartedly rather than criticizing others, then we can win the war against coronavirus. Everyone please stay home, stay safe. Be well and keep our country safe.”