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Union Minister Dr. Virendra Kumar Felicitates Indian Deaf Cricket Team for Historic Victory Against England

New Delhi: Dr. Virendra Kumar, Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, today honored the Indian Deaf Cricket Team for their historic victory in the Bilateral International Deaf Cricket Series against England. The team secured a remarkable 5-2 win in the T20 matches held from June 18 to June 27, 2024, in England.

At the felicitation ceremony held at Dr. Ambedkar International Centre, Dr. Kumar presented the team members with bouquets and shawls, expressing the nation’s immense pride in their achievement. “This victory of the Indian Deaf Cricket Team is a moment of pride for the entire country. The team’s determination has turned the impossible into possible. This win is not just yours but belongs to the entire nation,” Dr. Kumar stated.

Dr. Kumar further emphasized the significance of the team’s accomplishment, saying, “Our deaf players have proven that given the opportunity, they can always rise to the occasion. Hoisting the tricolor on foreign soil is a matter of great pride for all of us. Victory on the cricket field instills energy, enthusiasm, and joy in a person’s life, inspiring them to overcome the harshest of circumstances.”

The event was also attended by Rajesh Aggarwal, Secretary of the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Deputy Director General Kishore Baburao Surwade, senior officials from the department, and representatives from the Indian Deaf Association. They extended their congratulations and best wishes to all team members.

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