Inflicted with polio since beginning, Sain performed 9 video games for India’s bodily challenged workforce between 2015 and 2019, additionally captaining the aspect throughout this time.
At 35, he’s at the moment searching for a gentle revenue to assist his household — spouse and a one-year-old toddler.
“I am 35 and currently in first year of my graduation. After 12th standard, I only played cricket, represented India but I have no money now. There is one vacancy for a peon’s post in NADA,” Sain instructed PTI from his Sonepat house.
Dinesh’s elder brothers have taken care of him and his household until now however he he says that point is operating out and that’s the reason he’s determined to get the NADA job.
“The age limit for normal people in this job (peon) is 25 and for the PH category (Physically handicapped), it is 35 years. So, this is my last chance to get a government job,” Dinesh, who had earlier appeared for peon’s interview at District court docket, mentioned.
His solely remorse as of late is the truth that regardless of enjoying for the nation, fame and cash eluded him.
“One of my legs has been affected by polio since birth. But my passion for cricket never made me realise I am disabled. In the 2015 edition of a five-nation tournament in Bangladesh (India won the 2019 edition in England), I was highest wicket-taker with 8 wickets from four games. I got two against Pakistan,” he recollected.
In reality, Dinesh travelled to England in 2019 with the workforce that emerged champion however as an official. “They didn’t include me in the squad but asked me to join so that I could guide the new boys. There is so much of talent where physical disadvantage is not an impediment. But then who will look after us?” was his angst crammed query.
As he concluded, Dinesh mentioned that if he will get the job at NADA, it is going to assist him stay connected to the sport, mentoring younger gamers. “I will not play cricket anymore but I need to feed my family and I want to remain attached to the game,” he mentioned.
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