Sourav Ganguly, who appeared in Belur Math after 20 years, donated 20kg of rice to the poor in the fight against Corona.

Right now the epidemic of the Corona virus has spread all over the world. The entire world, as well as the overwhelmed India, has been trying to tackle Corona in the wake of the coroner's outbreak. Former captain of the Indian cricket team Sourav Ganguly appeared in Belurmath almost 25 years after this crisis. Grandpa had promised earlier this time that he would go straight to the field and start fighting the Corona virus.

Legendary Indian cricketer Sourav Ganguly has promised to stand beside the poor by helping the state government in the fight against Corona. He said he would donate Tk 5 lakh to help poor people. The first step was taken by Maharaja Sourav Ganguly of Kolkata. On this day, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly appeared at Belurmatha with 2,000 kg of rice, went to meet the monks there and then handed over the rice to them, so that with this rice some help to the poor people.

Lockdown is currently underway across the country to deal with Corona. In this lock-down, the poor people are most at risk. That is why Sourav Ganguly, the pride of Bengal, came forward to help them. Former India captain and current BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has donated rice to the poor to feed the poor in the private sector.

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