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DCCI's Physical Disability Triangular T20 Trophy 2024 Kicked Off

News Desk, News Nation 360 : In India, cricket is more than just a sport—it's a religion. Organised by the Differently Abled Cricket Council of India, the much-awaited Physical Disability Triangular T20 Trophy 2024 is scheduled to kick off on March 15, 2024. The announcement was made formally today. At the Taj Bengal in Kolkata, the trophy for the same was unveiled. People with a variety of disabilities play a form of cricket called disability cricket. The fundamental gameplay is still similar to traditional cricket, but there are specific rules and regulations based on the kind of impairment. But among the glamour and flash of mainstream cricket, there is a subset of cricket fans known as differently-abled cricketers, who have long been ignored and marginalised. There are many different types of differently-abled cricket, including Blind cricket, Deaf & Mute cricket, Physical Disability cricket, and Wheelchair cricket. The three states of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and West Bengal will compete in the Physical Disability Triangular T20 Trophy 2024 from March 15–17 at

Aditya Academy, Barasat. Arun Saraf, Chief Patron of WB Cricket Association for Differently-Abled; Rajesh Bhardwaj, Chairman, of Corporate Affairs & Communication of DCCI; Surender Agarwal, Chairman, of South India of DCCI; and many other distinguished personalities graced the ceremony. Arun Lal, former Indian cricketer; Chinmay Nayak, CEO of CAB; Ravi Chauhan, General Secretary of DCCI; Sqn Ldr Abhai Pratap Singh, Joint Secretary of DCCI; and many other notable individuals were present. Speaking to the media, Ravi Chauhan, General Secretary of DCCI stated that The Physical Disability Triangular T20 Trophy honours the skill and tenacity of cricket players with physical disabilities on a special stage. Their goal has always been to alter society in every manner that they can. Their goal is to raise awareness that people with disabilities are capable of doing anything they want to in life—in some cases, even more so than average people.

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