Wednesday , April 1 2020

Test Cricketer Basit Ali decides to donate his YouTube revenue to government

Basit Ali
KARACHI: Former Pakistani Test cricketer Basit Ali has announced to donate his YouTube channel revenue to the government in the wake of the coronavirus.

According to the details, the former cricketers also came to help to eradicate the coronavirus, Basit Ali announced to give revenue of his YouTube channel to the government till the end of the coronavirus.

Basit Ali said businessmen should come forward and play a role for humanity in this difficult situation.

Test cricketer Azhar Ali said, “We have to promise to make the country safe from virus, let’s work together to defeat the coronavirus and take precautions.”

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Shoaib Malik said that “to end the coronavirus, citizens should refrain from shaking hands and keep distant, we must work together defeat the coronavirus.

It may be recalled that the Pakistan Cricket Board has turned Karachi High Performance Center into a temporary residence for para-medical staff.

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