Youthful speed bowler Chetan Sakariya has been in the news since the time he was gotten by the Rajasthan Royals for the fourteenth release of the Indian Premier League (IPL). The left-arm seamer accessible to be chosen at the base cost of Rs 20 lakh and after an offering battle among RCB and RR, the last establishment figured out how to get his administrations for Rs 1.2 crore.
It was a tremendous second for Sakariya who himself was going through difficult stretches around then. His sibling had ended it all and father’s wellbeing wasn’t sufficient. The entire duty was on him to deal with his family and the IPL pay certainly welcomed a grin all over.
The cricketer, in a few meetings, wished to give a decent life to his folks and was trusting that his dad will rest too from his work. Lamentably, Chetan Sakariya’s dad has died because of COVID-19, TV9 Gujarati investigated Sunday evening.
Chetan Sakariya was hospitalized subsequent to being determined to have the infection and since the time getting back from the IPL, Chetan was investing the vast majority of the energy in emergency clinic itself investing time with his dad.
Chetan Sakariya had gotten some installment from RR
As of late, Chetan Sakariya had uncovered that he had gotten some installment from his IPL compensation from the establishment which had helped his family since he is the lone worker among them. “I was fortunate in light of the fact that I had gotten my part installment from Rajasthan Royals a couple of days prior. I straight away moved cash back home, and that is helping my family the most in my hardest time,” he had said while addressing the Indian Express.
Besides, Chetan Sakariya was grateful that IPL occurred in any event for a month so he could offer treatment to his dad. Notwithstanding, his endeavors went to no end as the cricketer’s dad died. “I’m the solitary bread worker in my family. Cricket is the solitary wellspring of my profit. I can give better treatment to my dad due to the cash I procured from IPL. Had this competition not occurred for a month, it would have been harder for me,” he added.