Indore player chosen for India's physically disabled cricket team
36 years old Brajesh Dwivedi, a physically disabled cricket player from Indore has been selected for the Indian physically challenged cricket team.
Brajesh will be playing against Bangladesh in his first international match from 10 to 12 November.
The T-20 format tournament is organised by the Physically Challenged Cricket Association of Bengal (PCCAB) along with the Disabled Sporting Society.
Brajesh has polio since birth but followed his interest in cricket with his hard work, regular practice and also with the support of cricket society for disabled players.
Earlier, Brajesh has played for Madhya Pradesh in many tournaments. He is now working at IIT Indore.