Financial support continued to pour in from the sporting fraternity in country’s fight against Covid-19 pandemic with Karate Association of India donating Rs 5 lakh towards the PM-CARES Fund. President Mr Likhatara, General Secretary, Mr Ambedkar Gupta, Treasurer, Mr Premjit Sen and all the EC members of KAI has come up to offer their helping hand. Dr Narinder Dhruv Batra, President of Indian Olympic Association has appreciated this noble gesture of KAI.
The KAI is a non profitable organisation which has no sponsors and yet such a great help. This shows that dedication of the new leaders towards developing the players and helping the society.
The following organisations that had their contribution in this huge amount are as follows.
East India Karate Association has offered it’s helping hand. President Hari Prasad Patnaik. General Secretary Mr. Premjit Sen, Treasurer , Mr. Krishna Kumar Singh and all the EC members on the behalf of East India Karate Association has made a contribution of Rs 1 lac to the KAI’s Fund for the PM’s Relief Fund .
Telangana Sports Karate Association led by Sensie Mahesh Gaud as a General Secretary has also made a contribution of Rs 35000 to fight the pandemic.
Dhammikai Karate Association led by Mr Rajnesh Choudhary made a contribution of Rs 50000 to battle this virus.
Karate Association of Bengal has always stood by the people and the players. They have contributed a sum of Rs 1 Lac to the CM’s Relief Fund to fight the pandemic. Mr.Premjit Sen President and Mr.Joydeb Mandol General Secretary of Karate Do Association of Bengal handed over the Cheque to Mr.Sujit Bose Honorable Minister Fire and Emergency Services (Independent Charge) & Forest.
On behalf of Karate Federation of Gujarat Mr Kalpesh Makwana as a President has also made a contribution of Rs 51000 and handover the cheque to CM relief Fund to help the front line people.
The CM’s Relief Fund of Uttar Pradesh has seen a great support from UP Olympic Association where Mr. Jaspal Singh , General Secretary UP Karate Association has made a great contribution.
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