Ravindra Jadeja, an Indian all-rounder, had a disappointing IPL 2022 season with Chennai Super Kings, returning midway through due to injury. Jadeja, who is now off the field, published a social media post about his outstanding gesture. On the occasion of his daughter’s fifth birthday, the southpaw took to Twitter on June 8 to disclose an effort he and his wife Rivaba Jadeja had taken for the welfare of impoverished girls.
A minimum deposit of Rs 250 is required to start the account, according to nsiindia.gov.in. The withdrawal is permitted to be used to cover the costs of higher education. The account has a 21-year maturity period once it is opened.
In an effort to improve the situation of poor teenage girls in the neighbourhood, the Jadeja couple decided to register 101 Sukanya Samridhi Accounts at the Jamnagar post office. Each of the Sukanya Samridhi Accounts received an initial deposit of Rs 11000.
The couple also expressed gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for serving as an inspiration to them during his eight-year stint as India’s Prime Minister. Devusinh Jesingbhai Chauhan (Indian Minister of State for Communications) was also thanked for his support and encouragement. On the occasion of her daughter Kunwaribashree Nidhyanaba’s 5th birthday, Jadeja’s wife Rivaba Jadeja was spotted affiliating with the families at the post office.
Ravindra Jadeja and Social work
This isn’t the first time the Indian cricketer has volunteered. During the Covid-19 issue last year, Jadeja stepped in to help the area’s poor families. Jadeja’s sister had revealed his brother’s activities for the sake of the people.
“During the lockdown, we had helped several families by delivering rations to their homes. Though Jaddu personally did not go to people’s houses since it always attracts massive crowds, our team ensured that food was delivered to houses in need.” Naina Jadeja had said in an interview with ABP live.