Inspiring story of an Indian blind cricketer
Indian blind cricketer Jafar Iqbal has represented India in the Blind Cricket World Cup 2014.
In a video created by Milaap foundation, Iqbal talks about his love for cricket.
He describes how proud he feels when he represents the country in international games.
When Iqbal was a child, his parents would never let him play cricket as they were worried that he would get hurt.
But Iqbal never lose hope and made a way to get included in the game.
Milaap foundation is currently working towards raising funds to help players like Iqbal participate in the upcoming T20 Blind Cricket World Cup.
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