The YouTube channel Slayy Point hosted by Abhyudaya Mohan and Gautami Kawale hosted a charity event for COVID-19 relief on Mythpat’s channel on April 25. The event lasted more than seven hours during which the channel raised rupees. 5 million pounds will be donated to the Hemkunt Foundation. The Indian YouTube community, including some well-known names such as Tanmay Bhat, Kusha Kapila and Bhuvan Bam, as well as young influencers and entertainers such as Ashish Chanchalani and Dolly Singh, participated in the fundraising event.

India is currently facing a huge crisis, and people from all walks of life join hands to help the country overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. Infection is refreshing new records every day. The number of deaths due to the virus also exceeded the previous single-day record. At such a critical moment, Indian YouTubers and influencers are also working hard to help, including through live broadcasts and other fundraising activities.

YouTuber Ashish Chanchalani expressed his gratitude to Mythpat and Slayy Point for helping YouTube artists from India get together to raise funds. Chanchalani wrote: “We are very happy to do these things together. These donations will now be donated to the Hemkunt Foundation for oxygen.”

Twitter users all praised these influencers and entertainers. The official head of YouTube Creator India responded: “Thank you! We are proud and grateful.”

Twitter user @minni_walia wrote: “Thank you very much, guys. We will save many lives. God bless you and your family.”

Last year, the creators of “Slayy Point” Abhyudaya and Gautami were widely circulated. Decided to check the comment section of his channel. In a video titled “Why the Indian comment section is junk (BINOD)” shared on July 15, the duo showed subscribers some of the strangest comments their subscribers have received. One of them is from a user named Binod Tharu and contains only his name “Binod”.

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Soon after the video was posted online, the comment sections of several popular YouTube videos suddenly filled up with the same word: Binod. This trend then shifted to Twitter and attracted the attention of many meme manufacturers.

Coronavirus causes tremendous stress

At the same time, India recorded 3,79,257 new infections and 3,645 deaths on Thursday, a record high in a single day. As the country’s medical infrastructure is under tremendous pressure, hospitals continue to overwhelm patients.

However, despite some respite, India is still in the “more liberalized and accelerated” third phase of its vaccination campaign, allowing everyone 18 years of age or older to register for immunization against COVID-19. The third phase started on May 1.