Australia is currently in deep concern over the bushfires, which are causing huge damages, including taking up numerous lives. Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has recently reacted on this incident.
Australia bushfires have now caught an eye in global media due to its havoc unstoppable damages, which is growing up with the time progress. The country has already seen mass evacuation due to the rage of bushfires, while New South Wales has already announced a state of emergency.
Since September, the country is facing massive bushfires rage, and it is unlikely to be ended soon as January and February are the peak summer period in Australia. The country is praying for much-needed rain at the present moment that can control this monster.
According to some media reports, more than 12 million acres have been already burnt this season due to the bushfires. While at least 17 people have reportedly died in this rage and many others are missing, over 1,500 houses have been reportedly destroyed too.
This is a culmination of climate change it’s time v take some action – Yuvraj Singh
While the Australian cricketers are trying to do every possible thing to support the country in this situation, Yuvraj Singh has raised his concern over this incident. He has sent his prayers for all affected.
Yuvraj posted on his official Twitter account, “Australia has burnt more than 12million acres this season, they r not even halfway thr its peak fire season. Tragic news on #bushfiresAustralia 480 million animals have been lost. This is a culmination of climate change it’s time v take some action. Prayers for all affected.”
Australia has burnt more than 12million acres this season, they r not even halfway thr its peak fire season. Tragic news on #bushfiresAustralia 480 million animals have been lost. This is culmination of climate change it’s time v take some action. Prayers for all affected pic.twitter.com/GWLUfDAzBt
— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) January 2, 2020
Love it Lynny!!
I’ll match you on $250 per six I hit in this years BBL. Great cause which is helping so many people around the country who are doing it tough right now. 🙏 https://t.co/hcJea0B6hh
— Glenn Maxwell (@Gmaxi_32) January 2, 2020
Apart from the BBL 2019/20, the Australian cricketers are currently busy in the home Test series against New Zealand. The third and final Test of this series has begun on Friday (3rd January) at Sydney.