Kedar Jadhav donates blood in Pune on his 35th birthday
Jadhav recently returned to his hometown Pune after the Chennai Super Kings pre-season training session was called off due to the pandemic COVID-19.
Updated - Mar 26, 2020 7:20 pm
The entire world is grappling with the pandemic that is the novel Coronavirus COVID-19. In the wake of the escalating situation, public figures from all walks of life are coming forward to help the poor and needy. Indian middle-order batsman Kedar Jadhav joined the bandwagon on Thursday when he donated his blood to a man in need in his hometown in Pune.
The middle-order batsman, who returned to his hometown, recently, donated his blood on his 35th birthday [26 March 1985]. A blood donation Non-Government Organisation by the name- Blood Seva Parivar- took to Twitter to share the image of Kedar doing the needful, thanking the all-rounder for his benevolence.
भारतीय क्रिकेट टीम के विस्फोटक बल्लेबाज @JadhavKedar जी ने इस संकट के समय में पुणे में एक बेहद जरूरतमंद इंसान के लिए रक्तदान कर मानवता की अद्भुत मिसाल पेश की है,@BloodsevaIndia परिवार आपके जज्बे को नमन करता है और आशा करता है आप दो मिनट का वीडियो संदेश रक्तदान पर हमें भेजें ।। pic.twitter.com/Eqa0Ehppam
— Blood Seva Parivar (@BloodsevaIndia) March 26, 2020
Kedar Jadhav recently took part in CSK’s pre-season camp
Jadhav recently returned to his hometown Pune after the Chennai Super Kings pre-season training session was called off due to the pandemic COVID-19. Kedar was a part of the franchise’s net-session alongside Murali Vijay, Harbhajan Singh, Karn Sharma, Suresh Raina, KM Asif, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and local players like R Sai Kishore and N Jagadeesan among others.
Chennai Super Kings had conducted a pre-season camp at the Chepauk but were forced to call it off after the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League was postponed till April 15th. With India currently under lockdown for at least 21 days, it is almost impossible to hold the IPL from April 15th.
The Sourav Ganguly-led Board of Control for Cricket in India [BCCI] were supposed to hold a meeting with the IPL franchises via video conference but with the situation not showing any signs of improvement, the meeting was called off.
“We have not decided on that yet. We don’t know yet. Let’s see how things go in the next few days,” Sourav Ganguly, BCCI President, was quoted as saying by Sportstar when asked whether the 13th edition of the IPL stands cancelled.