Disabled but Not Defeated, Meet J&K Para-Cricket Team’s Captain

Amir Hussain lost his arms when he was in class 2 and is now the captain of J&K Para-Cricket Team. 

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Amir Hussain, a differently-abled boy from Anantnag district in Jammu and Kashmir is an inspiration for all physically disadvantaged people. He lost both his arms at an early age in a mishap at a sawmill.

Due to his extraordinary bowling and batting skills, he has been appointed the captain of the state’s para-cricket team. Despite losing both his arms, Amir is one of the finest bowlers and batsman of his locality. He has a unique style of holding the bat between his neck and shoulder and bowls by holding the ball in his toes. Amir, who has so far played cricket in Jammu, Delhi and Lucknow wishes to join the International Para-Cricket team of India.

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