Meet Rajinder Singh, a physically disabled chess player from South Kashmir
35-year-old Rajinder Singh is a physically disabled international chess player from South Kashmir’s Tral and has represented his state in many different chess tournaments.
Rajinder injured his spinal cord due to a fall when he was in class 12. However, he always kept his hopes alive and never allowed his physical disability to stop him from achieving success as a social activist and a chess player.
Rajinder has won many awards in chess competitions and has been appreciated for contributing to social work in his state.
Rajinder now works as casual labour in R&B department and hopes the government to help him with a permanent job in future so that he can fulfil his needs and goals.