'Let’s come together to...' - David Warner shares heartfelt Instagram post for flood-affected people in Chennai

Cyclone Michaung has affected a lot of people in the capital city of Tamil Nadu; meanwhile, the Aussie cricketer David Warner extended his prayers for the affected people.

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David Warner (File Photo: Twitter)

David Warner (File Photo: Twitter)

The veteran Australian Southpaw David Warner came up with a heartfelt message in an Instagram post while extending his prayers for the people who have been affected in the Chennai floods. It all happened after Cyclone Michaung marooned the surrounding areas in the capital city of Tamil Nadu. In the same line of events, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also spoken with the state CM MK Stalin, assuring him of all help and support from the Union Government.

Coming back to David Warner, the star cricketer took to his official Instagram handle to share a post with a message for the affected ones in the Chennai floods.

“I’m deeply concerned about the ongoing floods affecting many areas in Chennai. My thoughts are with all those who are impacted by this natural disaster. Everyone needs to stay safe and seek higher ground if necessary. If you’re in a position to help, please consider supporting relief efforts or offering assistance to those in need. Let’s come together to support where we can,” wrote David Warner in his recently-shared Instagram post.

Here's a look at  the Instagram post from David Warner:

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Apart from David Warner, the Indian cricketing stalwarts and local boys of Chennai, Ravichandran Ashwin and Dinesh Karthik also urged people to follow the safety measures and take all the preventive measures to keep themselves away from the impacts of Cyclone Michaung-caused floods in the city.

“Hang tight for another day everyone, even if the rain stops, recovery is going to take a while,” wrote Ashwin in his X-post.

“Chennai folks, please prioritize your safety and stay indoors - it's crucial during times like these. A big salute to all the officials working tirelessly to improve the situation. Let's all cooperate and get through this together,” reads the post on X shared by the veteran Indian wicketkeeper-batter Dinesh Karthik.

“It is likely to move nearly northwards parallel and close to south Andhra Pradesh coast and cross south Andhra Pradesh coast between Nellore and Machilipatnam, close to Bapatla, during the forenoon of December 5 as a severe cyclonic storm with a maximum sustained wind speed of 90-100 kmph gusting to 110 kmph,” reads a report on Cyclone Michaung in The Hindu 

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