CSK’s gesture to Pulwama terror attack victims

N. Srinivasan.

N. Srinivasan.  

N. Srinivasan, vice-chairman and managing director of India Cements, that owns Chennai Super Kings, announced that the entire proceeds of the Indian Premier League match involving CSK and Royal Challengers Bangalore here on Saturday, will be given to the bereaved families of the jawans who were killed in the recent terror strike at Pulwama.

The cheque will be handed over by the CSK captain M.S. Dhoni, who is also a honorary Lieutenant Colonel with the Indian Army. Srinivasan mentioned this during a team get-together here on Wednesday night.

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