April 2, 2011 means the day when the Indian cricket team won the World Cup after ending a 28-year drought. In the final against Sri Lanka at the packed Wankhede Stadium, captain Dhoni may have made India the champion by hitting six, but the script of this victory was Gautam Gambhir, who not only scored 97 runs in the opposite conditions, but Team India was on the verge of victory. But brought it up. To make this date memorable now, former cricketer and current BJP MP Gambhir has decided to pay his two years salary to the Prime Minister's Relief Fund.
Contributing to the war against the Corona virus, which has spread across the country, Gambhir not only announced his two-year salary but also appealed to all his citizens of East Delhi for help and cooperation. If Gambhir believes, 'Everyone asks what the country has done for us, but we should think what we can do for the country. I give my two-year salary to the PM Care Fund. '
This is Gautam Gambhir's second help in the war against Corona, before he tagged Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on 23 March and tweeted, “No arms battle is won! There is no shortage in corona treatment and equipment, so I want to give 50 lakhs from my MP fund to hospitals.