Jeje Lalpekhlua takes part in online gaming to aid volunteer family

Actually, an 18-year-old man had died during the lockdown, after which this player did this to help his family.

Actually, an 18-year-old man had died during the lockdown, after which this player did this to help his family.

Actually, an 18-year-old man had died during the lockdown, after which this player did this to help his family.

New Delhi. Coronavirus has caused great devastation all over the world. Along with health, the economic condition of the people has also been affected. The work of many people came to a standstill and some people lost their jobs. In such a situation, some families are not able to get even one meal at a time. One such family was helped by Indian football team striker Jeje Lalpekhlua. JJ took to online games in collaboration with Mizoram’s ‘mobile gamers’ to help his family after a volunteer died during a lockdown imposed to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

31 professional players were involved

H Lalvenmawi, 18, died last week while on duty during the lockdown in a remote region of the state. Lalpekhlua was among 31 professional players who participated in it. He said that everyone has to help each other in dealing with this situation. Lalpekhlua said that it is easy. Everyone should come forward to help the other. It doesn’t matter where we are from and what we have. Everyone has to help and that is why I am here. This player, who donated blood during the lockdown, said that I sincerely hope that together we will fulfill this objective and soon everything will be back to normal in Mizoram.

The cases of corona virus are increasing day by day. The condition of many cities of the country has become very bad. Even though unlock is going on in the country, yet people are staying at home and going out for work. Due to this epidemic, the playgrounds of the country have also become deserted.Yuvraj shared an unseen picture of his youth, Sourav Ganguly said – Oh, this…

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