Babar Azam says ‘Together we can do it’, in solidarity with India in a battle against COVID-19 - Kashmir Sports Watch  

Babar Azam says ‘Together we can do it’, in solidarity with India in a battle against COVID-19

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Babar Azam says 'Together we can do it', in solidarity with India in a battle against COVID-19. Pic/Twitter
Babar Azam says ‘Together we can do it’, in solidarity with India in a battle against COVID-19.Pic/Twitter

Srinagar , April 26: With different walks of people coming forward and showing support as India battles second wave of COVID-19 that has wrecked havoc across Country , Pakistan skipper Babar Azam has also shown his solidarity with people of India.

Amid rising COVID cases, India is going through a big battle with the highly infectious virus. India reported over 300,000 new infections (352,991 cases to be exact) of the coronavirus disease for the fifth straight day on Monday.

On Monday, Babar Azam posted a message on India’s battle with Covid-19 as he expressed solidarity with the Country.

‘Prayers with the people of India in these catastrophic times. It’s time to show solidarity and pray together. I also request all the people out there to strictly follow SOPs, as it’s for our safety only. Together we can do it.’ Azam said on Twitter.

Earlier, former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar had made an appeal to his fans in Pakistan to come forward and help India in tackling the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

“It is impossible for any government to tackle the ongoing crisis. I appeal to my government and fans, to help India. India does need a lot of oxygen tanks. I request everyone to donate and raise funds for India and deliver oxygen tanks to them,” Akhtar said in a video on his YouTube channel.

The former Pakistan pacer also expressed solidarity with citizens of India and said “we must become each other’s support” in these testing times amid the pandemic.

“India is really struggling with Covid-19. Global support needed. Health care system is crashing. Its a Pandemic, we are all in it together. Must become each other’s support,” Akhtar tweeted.

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