Indian paceman Mohammad Shami is contributing on his behalf in this difficult time of corona virus. Shami is currently in his hometown Amroha in Uttar Pradesh and is trying to help the workers in every possible way. Recently he helped a needy, who came to his door. This person had gone from Rajasthan to Bihar and was hungry. Shami has not only helped this person, but is also helping the needy daily wage laborers.
High global epidemic corona virus from Wuhan, China has caused worldwide outbreak. To prevent the spread of this dangerous disease, the national lockdown in India has been extended to 3 May. After the first lockdown, migrants and daily laborers faced the most difficulties. These laborers have had to suffer from problems of living and eating. In such a situation, many celebrities and other people have come forward to help them. Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami has also contributed to the war against Corona by helping the needy.
In an Instagram live session with Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammed Shami revealed that one is working with a group in his city, who are arranging for the food and lodging of the needy. During this, Shami told how he helped a man, who reached his door and fainted.
Shami told, “He came from Rajasthan. Just think, he had to go to Bihar, also very far from Lucknow. He had no means to go to Bihar and I saw in CCTV from my house that he fainted with hunger near my door. So I arranged for his food and helped. ”
He said, “I am trying to do as much help as I can. There are many migrant laborers here, who are struggling to reach their homes. The highway is near my house, so I can see what difficulties people are facing. I think I should help and I am doing as much as I can. ”
During this live session, Shami said that Indian team players will definitely learn to cook in home isolation. He said, “I am also learning to cook. I go to the kitchen and help my mother. ”
Mohammed Shami described his Test debut in 2013 against the West Indies as a memorable moment. Shami had taken nine wickets in that match, of which he took 5 wickets in the second innings. The match was won by India by an innings and 51 runs. Shami said, “that is my favorite moment.” The match took place at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.