Tragic: Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Chetan Sakaria’s father passes away, was infected with Corona


Chetan Sakariya father passed away: Rajasthan Royals (RR) fast bowler Chetan Sakaria lost his father Kanjibhai Sakaria on Sunday. He was infected with Corona. Sources in the Rajasthan Royals team management confirmed this while talking to news agency ANI. It is quite unfortunate and we have prayers with the family at this time. Sakaria, who took seven wickets in IPL 2021, lost his brother in January this year. The young Pacer was playing in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy when his brother passed away.

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The Saurashtra Cricket Association expressed condolences over the demise, saying that everyone in the Saurashtra Cricket Association is deeply sad by the death of cricketer Chetan Sakaria’s father. Chetan has played 15 first-class matches for Saurashtra, in which he has taken 41 wickets. The Rajasthan Royals expressed grief over his father’s passed away, saying, ‘We are deeply saddened to confirm that Mr. Kanjibhai Sakariya lost in the battle against Corona today. We are in touch with Chetan and will provide all possible help to him and his family in this difficult time. ‘

Earlier this week, Indian female cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy lost her sister Vatsala to Corona. India’s all-rounder was found corona negative last month. He was told that his sister is infected with Corona. The all-rounder from India requested to pray for his sister. The Bangalore-based cricketer has not been good for the last few days as he lost his mother in April. He also died of Corona.

Explain that the country is facing a second wave of corona. Over the past few days, more than four cases have been reported and more than four lakh people are dying. Due to this, the 14th edition of IPL also had to be postponed. The IPL was held behind closed doors in view of Corona. After this Corona made a dent in the bubble. On Monday, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) spinner Varun Chakravarthy, fast bowler Sandeep Warrier and Chennai Super Kings bowling coach L Balaji were found infected. The next day Delhi Capitals (DC) spinner Amit Mishra and Sunrisers Hyderabad Wriddhiman Saha were found infected. After this, the tournament was postponed keeping in mind the safety of the players. Chennai batting coat Michael Hussey, KKR’s Tim Seifert and the famous Krishna have also been found infected.

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