Meet disabled cricketer Dharamveer Singh Pal, the unofficial 12th man of the Indian cricket team
October 10, 2017
Captain of India's disabled cricket team, Dharamveer Singh Pal is the unofficial 12th man of the Indian cricket team.
23 years old Dharamveer suffered from polio when he was 18 months old, which left him paralysed from the waist down.
Being a huge cricket fan his whole life, Dharamveer now travels with the Indian cricket team, who take care of his expenses and considers him as family.
Dharamveer uses his arms to walk and can move at a great speed. He wants to be connected with cricket and inspire others who think that polio disease didn't let them do anything in life.
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