KL Rahul auctions 2019 World Cup bat and other memorabilia to raise funds for vulnerable children
KL Rahul auctions 2019 World Cup bat and other memorabilia to raise funds for vulnerable children

In order to control the spread and reduce the spread of novel corona virus the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extend the lock down till May 3rd. World Health Organization(WHO) announced this deadly coronavirus as pandemic.

This virus has put the whole world to halt and postponed the scheduled events. Many countries imposed a total lock down and even restricts foreigners to enter inside their country.

Due to the Indian government order, BCCI suspend the cash rich league till further notice. BCCI would lose huge amount if IPL went down.

KL Rahul takes steps to raise fund

India’s current wicketkeeper-batsman KL Rahul is auctioning his 2019 World Cup bat and other memorabilia to raise funds for vulnerable children.

The cricketer donated his personal cricketing equipment to the Bharat Army on his 28th birthday. The Bharat Army will auction the accessories to raise funds.

“I have decided to donate my cricket pads, my gloves, helmets and some of my jerseys to our collaboration partner Bharat Army. They are going to auction these things out and the funds will go towards the Aware Foundation,” Rahul said in a video posted by Bharat Army on Twitter.

All proceeds from the auction will go to the Aware Foundation, which works to provide dispossessed, disadvantaged and vulnerable children in India the right to education.

“It’s a foundation that looks towards helping children. It is very special and I couldn`t pick a better day to do this,” Rahul added.

The items up for auction include Rahul’s signed 2019 World Cup bat, Test, ODI and T20 jersey along with his helmet, batting gloves, and pads.

“Go on check out the auction and show some love for me and the children and let`s stay strong together during this difficult time and all of us will come out of this stronger,” Rahul said.

Jos Buttler Auction his favourite t-shirt

The 29-year-old England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler played a key role in England’s thrilling defeat of New Zealand at Lord’s in July. Buttler broke the stumps to run out Martin Guptill and seal a super-over win over New Zealand as England won the men’s World Cup for the first time. He has put the t-shirt on eBay to support two specialist heart and lung centres dealing with the coronavirus response.

Friendly Banter

KL Rahul responds via twitter for the “Rock, Paper, Scissors” game challenged by Kiwi’s all-rounder Jimmy Neesham. Jimmy Neesham tweet a picture with KL Rahul after the third One-day International in that Neesham challenged KL Rahul for a game of “Rock, Paper, Scissor”

Jimmy Neesham challenged KL Rahul for a game of “Rock, Paper, Scissor” after defeating India by five wickets in the 3rd ODI match. Which leads to a clean sweep in ODI format for India.