Rumors have been circulating on WhatsApp and Twitter claiming that former Indian cricket captain, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, has generously donated INR 60 crore for the victims of the tragic train accident in Odisha’s Balasore district.

However, a fact check has revealed that there is no confirmation of this donation. The news is false, and Dhoni himself has not made any public announcement regarding his contribution.

The train accident in Odisha left numerous individuals dead and many more injured, prompting a global outpouring of support from celebrities and athletes.

While reports of Dhoni’s donation have gained traction online, it is essential to clarify that there is no basis to these claims.

Similarly, speculations arose about Virat Kohli’s potential donation to assist the affected families, but no official confirmation has been made regarding his contribution either.

On the other hand, Indian cricketer Yuzvendra Chahal has reportedly donated 1 Lakh towards the relief efforts. Chahal made this contribution during a charity live stream hosted by the “scOut” gaming channel specifically dedicated to aiding the train accident victims.

Another prominent figure to extend support is former Indian opener, Virender Sehwag. He has not only made significant contributions but also offered to provide free education to children who lost their parents in this devastating accident through his boarding school, Sehwag International School.

In a tweet, Sehwag expressed his condolences and pledged to ensure the education of these children.