Rajasthan Club distributes masks and gloves to gardeners in Kolkata

KOLKATA: With the use of masks it becomes mandatory in public places in the middle of the coronavirus sprout the Rajasthan Club On Tuesday he distributed masks and gloves to all the gardeners in Kolkata Maidan, Eden Gardens and the second campus of the JU University campus.

Also, as it was a Bengali New Year, but the shops were closed due to the closure, clothing was provided to each of the gardeners, as well as their wives.

The gardeners, who have currently returned home, will receive their game upon their return as steps have been taken to care for more than 150 gardeners, the club said.

Similarly, for another Cricket Grounds outside the maidan area, clothing, as well as masks and gloves would be distributed once the sailors return to their respective grounds.

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While Kamla Prasad Kajaria, former vice president of the Cricket Control Board in India (BCCI), is the president of the club, a member of the Baishali Dalmiya Legislative Assembly, daughter of former BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya, was actively interested in the initiative being an important club officer.

The president of the Bengal Cricket Association (CAB) Avishek Dalmiya has been a representative of the club to the CAB.

CAB had previously donated a sum of Rs 25 lakh to the state administration with President Avishek bombing Rs 5 lakh out of his own pocket.

CAB office bearers, Secretary Snehashis Ganguly, Vice President Naresh Ojha, and Joint Secretary Debabrata Das, also came forward to contribute to the cause by donating Rs 1 lakh each.

Treasurer Debasish Ganguly's club South Suburban also showed its intent to donate. Veteran Eden Gardens pitch curator Sujan Mukherjee also requested CAB to donate his one month's salary to West Bengal Emergency Relief Fund set up to fight COVID-19 pandemic.

CAB arbitrators also reached out to lend their aid to the West Bengal State Aid Fund set up for crown aid.

All the three members of the differently abled committee of the CAB too contributed to the West Bengal State Relief Fund to help fight the coronavirus pandemic.