The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) prior chose to respect four Indian-starting point specialists during the progressing Test coordinate among England and the West Indies at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. The arrangement has just been named ‘Raise the Bat’ to offer appreciation to the ones battling in the COVID-19 pandemic, which has affected the world to a critical degree.
The Three Lions’ cricket crew players wore shirts with names of the medicinal services laborers at the back. Dr. Vikas Kumar is one of the specialists and he works at the basic consideration unit of a National Health Service (NHS) Trust emergency clinic at Darlington in Durham. Kumar’s name was highlighted on England captain Ben Stokes’ shirt.
I was a cricket fan, and played for my clinical school, says Vikas Kumar
Expectantly, the 35-year-old Kumar was super after the substitute Brits’ captain wore the pullover. “It was overpowering to see Stokes and others putting that message out. It’s been hard for us all. NHS staff have made a ton of penances. This acknowledgment is for the whole clinical brotherhood, remembering my PCP companions for India,” Kumar was cited as saying by The Indian Express.
To begin with, Kumar moved on from Delhi University and afterward got his post-graduate certificate in sedation from Maulana Azad Medical College. In 2019, he moved to England with his two-year-old child and his adored spouse.
He said that he had yearnings of turning into a cricketer and he played at the school level also. Be that as it may, since all his relatives are from instruction foundation, even he chose to turn into a specialist like his siblings.
“I was a cricket fan, and played for my clinical school, yet the entirety of my relatives were into contemplates. In this way, I needed to turn into a specialist like my siblings,” he included.
Kumar likewise got a message from Stokes, who expressed gratitude toward him for his persistent endeavors in the pandemic circumstance. “Hello there Vikas, a major a debt of gratitude is in order for all that you have done all through this pandemic. I need to wish you a cheerful come back to cricket, all the best mate, get the same number of runs and wickets as you can,” Stokes said.