Sun TV has donated ₹30 crore to provide relief to covid affected people


The second wave of the Coronavirus has created a furore in India, and more than 4,000 people are dying daily in the country. About four lakh new cases are also coming up every day.

Sun TV, the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) owner, has now donated Rs 30 crore to fight the epidemic. 

These funds will be used by the Center, the state and many NGOs.

How will the donated money be spent?

A statement posted on SRH’s Twitter handle stated that Sun TV Networks is donating Rs 30 crore to help people affected by Corona. It was further stated, “These funds will be spent under the schemes running in many states of the country. Funds will be used to support the programs run by the Central and State Governments and the NGOs providing oxygen cylinders.”

CSK donated 450 oxygen concentrators

Last week, another franchise from South India, Chennai Super Kings (CSK), also contributed to the fight against Coronavirus by donating 450 oxygen concentrators to the state government to help the people of Tamil Nadu. Apart from this, the team is constantly running campaigns to wear masks.