The Adelaide Nepalese Cricket Association (ANCA) in Australia has chipped in Rs 94,000 for the treatment of national cricketer Kundan Singh who needs a kidney transplant.
Kundan is currently undergoing dialysis at the Janakpur Regional Hospital after it was diagnosed few months ago that both his kidneys have failed. The 24-year old opening batsman for Janakpur is currently looked after by his maternal relatives as both of his parents had also passed away nine months ago.
He requires about Rs 1.5 million for a kidney transplant and funds have been raised for his treatment. The ANCA, which has been actively playing cricket in the Australian city, raised funds throught its members and cricketers.
Former age group international Sunam Gautam is leading the fund raiser for the ANCA.
Bigyan Karki, who has been campaigning to raise funds for Kundan, received the amount from the contributors Down Under. A few days back, a group of people led by Janakpur’s Bhawesh Mishra also collected and handed over Rs 661,896 to Kundan.
Province 2 governing body of cricket also handed over Rs 100,000 to the cricket, while more money has been pledged for him. Kundan had featured in the last edition of Prime Minister Cup One Day National held in 2018.
To join and take a part to save Kundan’s life, here are some of the helpful attachments:
For common inquiry: +977-9881333467 (Bigyan Karki)
For transfer of funds;
esewa-ID: 9806777260 (Kushal Rana Bhat)
NIC Asia Bank
Address: Pokhara, Nepal
Name: Kushal Rana Bhat