Former India wheelchair captain Rajendra Singh Dhami, life served him cruelty on a platter, but the hardships couldn’t break his resolve

By Bet Barter

July 28, 2020

Rajendra Singh Dhami, the previous commander of the physically abled Indian cricket crew has taken to physical work to win his living. Singh, who’s likewise the captain of the Uttarakhand Wheelchair Cricket Team hasn’t gotten any help from the state government and has additionally been building his own group. He has been preparing around 19 adolescents the specialty of batting, bowling and handling.

The 34-year-old Dhami breaks stones to use in development for a street under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act. In Uttarakhand, the COVID-19 pandemic has unleashed ruin also. More than 60 individuals have lost their lives with more than 6,104 coronavirus positive cases. In the unfriendly circumstance, the veteran has been making a decent attempt to shay fit as a fiddle for future competitions.

Dhami used to train Divyang children and practice himself to prepare for future

Dhami was saying that he had seen many ‘Divyang’ individuals ending their carries on with under pressure and losing trust. He had been in a similar dull region once however wouldn’t surrender. His endeavors were focusing at giving them a motivation behind life; to which they could hang on perpetually and sparkle like a star.

He used to prepare Divyang kids and practice himself and got ready for future competitions however Covid pandemic stopped everything. He stated with dedication and with the zeal to not give up. In the pandemic situation, Dhami had to move back to Raikot; his native village, in the district of Pithoragarh from Rudrapur.

Dhami is a b.Ed degree holder and got to know about the specially-abled cricket team in 2014. It was through the social media platforms. It was to a greater extent an interest than energy for the game in the first place. Yet as he got included, the game turned into his life.

Dhami has captained the Indian uniquely abled group in five matches and has played in Kathmandu, Malaysia and Bangladesh. At two years old, Dhami contracted polio. And he was unable to grow up like his friends as his legs weren’t solid to walk or play. Until he turned 12, his folks attempted their central core for treatment.

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