COVID-19: Ashish Chanchlani donates THIS whopping amount to PM Cares
Youtuber Ashish Chanchlani donated Rs 3 lakh to PM-CARES Fund to fight against the Coronavirus.
Ashish Chanchlani is undoubtedly one of the most popular Indian YouTubers. As the whole world is in a state of chaos and panic due to the unfortunate COVID-19 pandemic, celebrities have been contributing their bit in the fight against Coronavirus pandemic. The latest celebrity, who donated a whopping amount to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s relief fund called PM CARES is Ashish Chanchlani.
Taking to Twitter, Ashish Chanchlani informed his followers and supports that he donated Rs 3 lakh to PM CARES to fight against COVID-19.
Ashish wrote on Twitter,“In this crisis of covid-19, i want to come ahead and inspire my supporters to contribute something to Pm’s Relief Fund hence i pledge to donate 3 Lakh rupees in this relief fund to help in the fight against coronavirus Folded handsFolded hands
@PMOIndia #Covid19India #LetsFightsThis”
Here’s the tweet:
In this crisis of covid-19, i want to come ahead and inspire my supporters to contribute something to Pm’s Relief Fund hence i pledge to donate 3 Lakh rupees in this relief fund to help in the fight against coronavirus ??@PMOIndia #Covid19India #LetsFightsThis https://t.co/V5jaGzEaMV
— Ashish Chanchlani (@ashchanchlani) March 29, 2020
The donation from the famous personalities has evolved after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the PM-CARES fund on March 28, 2020, advising the citizens to make their contribution against the Coronavirus outbreak. PM also stated that the fund will also provide similar circumstances if they occur in the future.
The number of positive cases for Covid-19 has been unwaveringly developing in India even as the nation is in the midst of a 21-day lockdown.
At present, India has reached day 5 of the 21-day lockdown forced by the government to control the spread of the unfortunate coronavirus outbreak. On Sunday the total number of cases has passed 1000. As per the government data, the total number of positive cases of Covid-19 in the country increased by 106 on Sunday to reach 1,024.