Dhami, the captain of the Indian Divyang cricket team, made wages, now the company of Bangalore has signed the contract

Bangalore-based company has extended its support to the help of Rajendra Singh Dhami, the former captain of the Indian Divyang cricket team. The company will give a package of Rs 1.31 lakh to Rajendra, who will increase the pride of the country by defeating the disability. This amount will be given as monthly installment. A one-year contract has also been made for this. Here cricketer Rajendra said that governments should prepare a platform for people with disabilities so that the future is safe.

Remember, the international cricketer Rajendra, who has increased the pride of the country at the international level, is going through a period of financial crisis. He was living in his village Kanalichina Racot (Pithoragarh) under the MNREGA.

Rajendra Dhami, who reached the cultural city here on Wednesday, told reporters that Bangalore-based Route to Market India Private Limited has signed a one-year contract with him for sports activities. He told that in this Kumaon in-charge of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Amit Joshi played an important role. According to the contract, the company will provide Rs 1.31 lakh as installment every month to the Divyang cricketer.

Will take help from other companies too: Amit

AAP’s Kumaon in-charge Amit Joshi said that he would also appeal to other companies to come forward to help Rajendra Dhami, who has illuminated the name of the country. Rohit Singh, Nandan Lal Sah, Akhilesh Tamta, Yogesh Singh were also present on the occasion.

Employment based on merit

International player Rajendra Singh Dhami, who was hit by paralysis at the age of two and a half, did his B.Ed in 2014. But despite being eligible, he did not get a government job. He also requested the state government to get jobs on the basis of educational qualifications.