Former Indian cricket team opener Virender Sehwag has reached out to the families of those who died in the Odisha train accident. Sehwag made a big announcement to provide free education to the children of the deceased in his Sehwag International School. Sehwag tweeted about this.
After the train accident in Odisha, veterans from different fields are lending a helping hand. In this way, Virender Sehwag did not stay behind and gave a helping hand to the family of the deceased. Sharing a photo of the Odisha railway case from his personal account, Sehwag wrote, “This photo will haunt us for a long time. In these sad times, I am taking charge of the education of the children who have lost their lives in these painful incidents. I announce free education for such children in the boarding facility of Sehwag International School.”
In a follow-up tweet, he wrote, “Salute to all the brave men and women on the frontlines of the rescue operation and to the medical teams and volunteers who volunteered to donate blood. We are all together in this difficult time.”
Sehwag’s tweet on the railway issue
Earlier after reports of the train accident came to light, Sehwag had tweeted, “Extremely saddened to hear about the horrific train accident involving the Coromandel Express in Odisha. Condolences to all the families who lost their loved ones. I pray for the speedy recovery of all those injured in this accident.”
Gautam Adani lends a helping hand
Apart from Sehwag, Adani Group Chairman Gautam Adani has also promised to take care of the school education of the children who lost their parents in the train accident. Also, Gautam Adani tweeted, “We have decided that the Adani group will take responsibility for the schooling of the children whose parents have been lost in this tragedy.”
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