DOT Desk:  After Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan and Mohammad Ashraful, many other cricketers have come forward to help the distressed in this time of coronavirus pandemic. A number of young cricketers have also taken the same initiative like the seniors.  Mushfiqur was the first to take the initiative to put his bat on auction to raise fund to help the poor and low-income people. World-famed all-rounder Shakib sold his bat in auction for Tk 20 lakh. Mashrafe Bin Mortaza wants to auction his jersey, bracelet and shoes, reports Somoy TV News.
 All-rounder Saifuddin offered balls with the signatures of Shakib, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni for auction. Liton Das also came forward and he is putting the bat with which he hit a century against India in the Asia Cup final. Soumya Sarkar does not lag behind in the race of the auction. He is giving his bat with which he scored his first Test century with 94 balls against New Zealand.
 Taskin Ahmed is also putting his ball with which he hit a hat-trick against Sri Lanka in 2017. Although Enamul Haque Bijoy is now not in the national team, he has also decided to auction his bat with which he scored a century against Pakistan in the Asia Cup in 2016. Auction for Action will hold the auction of the items of the cricketers.