Courtesy of Divyang Cricket Control Board of India in Indo Bangla Championship, International 3 T-20 Cricket Matches for Persons with Disabilities will be organized between India and Bangladesh from 20th to 22nd September at Mecon Stadium, Ranchi. This three-match series will be organized by Jharkhand Disabled Cricket Association under the aegis of the Divyang Cricket Control Board of India in Ranchi. The T20 series will be followed by a one-day match at Varanasi on 24 September and a Test match in Lucknow from 26 to 28 September.
President of the organization, Mr. Rahul Mehta informed announced it through a press conference organised in Ranchi. Secretary Sarita Sinha requested that this event will be helpful in clearing the misconceptions related to Divyangjan, so it should get proper place in the news also.
CEO Ghazal Khan said that this year the Indian Divyang-jan Cricket team went to Bangladesh to participate in Bangabandhu 4 Nation (India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal) Physically Challenged Cricket Tournament, in which India stood Runners up and Bangladesh won the series. This time team India will definitely perform well in all formats.
Patron- Dr. Pranav Kumar Babbu, Antu Tirkey, Poonam Anand, Krishna Mohan Singh; President- Rahul Mehta; Vice President Shreya Tiwari, Secretary Sarita Sinha, Joint Secretary Dr. Pooja Sinha, Priya Burman, and active members Wasim Alam, Vipul Sen Gupta, Shefali Chhaya, Aaqib Azam.
Announcing the organizing committee for organizing the match, Mukesh Kanchan said that free pass for the match can be obtained from Wams Institute, Hot Lips, Disabled Sports and Jan Utthan Samiti, Jharkhand Disabled Cricket Association.