Laxmi Ratan Shukla donates IPL commentary fee to West Bengal CM’s Relief Fund to aid fight against Covid-19:

Former Indian And Bengal All-Rounder Laxmi Ratan Shukla Donated The Income Earned From The Comment Time Of The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 To Rescue Covid-19. The Commonwealth Pays A Comment Fee To The West Bengal Relief Fund Director To Help Get Rid Of COVID-19. Shukla Resigned In Politics Earlier This Year After Serving As Calcutta’s Sports And Youth Secretary From 2016 To 2021. He Was The TMC MP In The Howrah Uttar Constituency.


“I Am Happy To Be Able To Donate The 2021 IPL Comment Compensation Revenue To The Main Welfare On My Birthday” Shukla said. Today I Am Grateful For The People Around Me And Their Support, But So On This Good Day, I Consider Myself A Lucky Person, If A Humble Contribution Can Make A Difference In The Catastrophe We Are All Experiencing, And He Added. The Second COVID-19 Pandemic Is Making Its Sacrifices In India, A Healthcare Infrastructure Across The Country That Is Struggling To Cope With Many Cases Due To A Lack Of Oxygen And A Variety Of Supplies. In West Bengal, The Death Toll From COVID-19 Rose To 11,964 On Thursday, But The Death Toll Rose By 9.35,066 After The State Posted A Record 1-Day Increase In 18,431 News Infections.

This Era Of Crisis, We Must All Do Our Best To Fight The Plague And Make The World Happy Again. Shukla says, “We All Think We Can Beat This Difficult Time. We Encourage Everyone To Stay Clean, Wear Masks, Avoid Sets And Stay Safe.” Said Shukla. Several Former And Current Cricketers, Including Sachin Tendulkar, Shikhar Dhawan, And Jaydev Undakat, Australian Pat Cummins And Brett Lee, And Nicholas Pooran Of The West Indies, Also Contributed To The Fight Against COVID-19. On Tuesday, BCCI Had To Postpone The IPL Indefinitely After Multiple COVID-19 Cases Were Discovered Between Players And Support Staff.