TF, Leads an NGO in NCR
Your incredible advocacy in India’s disability sport space has given a voice to mainly those who were exploited, and is a guiding force for many who have just begun their struggle to fight with this adamant corrupt system. I have personally gained from your insights and your selfless help made me fight back with one of the most influential corrupt sports body. Although they still exploit innocent para-athletes in the name of Paralympics, yet your words motivated me to take a few steps against the exploitation. I will continue fighting for my rights. I am not only inspired to read more about #AdaptedSportsIndia, but also use the same hashtag actively in my every post.
Sunil Jain, Bengaluru, Founder, Indian Wheelchair Tennis Tour
Much needed. Your work and approach is bold and straight. We need more and more people to learn and adapt to the tone you use. It’s time we looked advocacy work from the perspective of holding leadership accountable for delivery. And your work is that.
Tez, Engineer from Agra
I am glad to see someone go against the grain and uncover the rot and to bring to light the issues that are like elephant in the room! More power to you!
Yethiraj V, Bengaluru, Para badminton Founding Member
Honestly only after interacting with you I have so many ideas for para sports and because of your ideas and blogs our Para Badminton have improved a lot.
Inspiring, dedicated, motivates novice people like me to dig the details on adapted sports and promote it to wider audience
Nilesh Prabhu, Bengaluru
You are passionate about players’ rights. Reading your work, I learnt that it is a highly technical field, and there is a serious need for committed professionals to guide players in India
Lahari, Physiotherapist, Hyderabad
Reading about Adapted Sports on your page has given me lot more information about the current situation than any other medium. Your work is informative and gives the reader a reality check on the situation . Your work throws light on disability sport and players’ rights like no one else has done so far in India. I always admired the way you motivate professionals …like making them understand about their roles, and raising awareness about how other professionals can engage in disability sports.