Paralympics medalist Deepa Malik to encourage people with disabilities to take up sports
September 15, 2016
Deepa Malik, who won a silver medal in the shot put event at the Rio Paralympics, plans to use her achievement to motivate people with disabilities.
She wants to personally assist such people to take up sports.
Arjuna award winner Deepa is a record-breaking swimmer, adventure sports player, biker and businesswoman and has always been a fighter since childhood.
She was detected with a spinal tumour in her thirties after which she has been using a wheelchair.
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