Chandan Gupta used to play Cricket, now selling 'Chana' roadside
Newstracklive|July 01, 2020

Chandan Gupta is blind but he played against England in the T20 tournament. Today the certificates are adorning the house and it is forced to sell Chana on road. In the Corona era, the father's business closed. Seeing the cricket bat in his hands, one cannot say that this young man named Chandan Gupta cannot see. The performance in cricket was so spectacular that he got a chance to play against England in T20 tournament.

Played many matches at district and state level, but now only certificate and few memories are left in the name of capital. This is the story of this cricketer living in Sonbhadra's Shaktinagar. To meet the ends he started selling chana roadside. Now the financial situation is very bad. Chandan Gupta was selected in UP's vision-disrupted Uttar Pradesh Cricket Association of Bling (upcab) team in 2017 after performing well at school and district level in his life. In 2017, he got a chance to participate in the North Zone Cricket tournament held in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.

During this time, Chandan made headlines and showed his power in international matches, but at present, the situation worsened so that due to the worsening of the family's financial condition, now Chandan Gupta has to run the shop on the roadside. Chandan has written a letter to the Cricket Academy for help. 

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