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Sourav Ganguly offers Eden Gardens to state govt for quarantine facilities

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“If government asks us, we will certainly hand over the facility. Anything that is need of the hour, we will do it. There is absolutely no problem,”

Ganguly told Press Trust of India.

Meanwhile Sourav Ganguly welcomed the government’s decision of complete lockdown and hoped that the move will help in flattening the curve of the COVID-19 spread. 

 

“I think this is the best option at the current moment. Certain things are beyond anybody’s control. Whatever directives that the government and ministry of health gives us, we have to follow. That’s the case all over the world,” said Ganguly.

The West Bengal government announced that Kolkata and all other municipal and district towns are under a complete lockdown from 5 PM on Monday till midnight of March 31 under the West Bengal Epidemic Disease COVID-19 regulations, 2020, framed according to relevant sections of the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897. However, on Tuesday, the lockdown of India has been extended to April 14.

BCCI is yet to make any monetary contribution to fight the outbreak. Speaking about that, the former Indian captain said he will have a word with BCCI Secretary Jay Shah before making a call in this regard.

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