Pakistan cricketer Rumman Raees raises PKR 1.2 million for COVID-19 relief

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Pakistan cricketer Rumman Raees who is busy these days in philanthropic work in Pakistan amid the global pandemic of Coronavirus has raised PKR 1.2 million for relief work by auctioning his cricket memorabilia.

Raees had put on auction his Pakistan cricket shirt, Cap from Pakistan’s 2017 Champions Trophy winning campaign and also Islamabad United shirt.

Taking to his Twitter handle Raees said that his Pakistan shirt has been auctioned for 165,000 PKR and he in total raised PKR1. 2 million.

“My Pakistan shirt was auctioned for 165,000 PKR, many thanks to the every generous @AliNaqvi808 Bhai. A total of 1.2million PKR is raised from these auctions which will be used to help the needy during holy month of Ramazan. Thanks to all of you for wonderful support, ” Raees Tweeted.