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Bangladesh to host Independence T20 series against India

In honor to celebrate Bangladesh Independence Day, a physically disabled cricket team from neighboring India are going to participate in a Prime Bank Independence 20 Cricket Series 2018 against Bangladesh physically disabled team in the ongoing month.

Bangladesh to host Independence T20 series against India

The series is consisted of three T20 matches between these two teams. The field of Daffodil University in their Ashulia campus will be the sole venue of all three matches scheduled to take place on 22nd, 23rd and 24th of April.

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The organizer of the series is Association for Research Development and Rights Implementation for Disables (ARDRID).

Last year a contract had been signed between Indian Cricket Federation for the Disabled (ICFD) and ARDRID, under which, a physically disabled cricket team of India will travel to Bangladesh to honor the Independence Day of Bangladesh, at the same time, a physically disabled cricket team of Bangladesh will also travel to India to honor India’s Independence Day every year.

The motto is to enhance the capabilities of disabled people that they are also a part of the society and to show that disabled people are also able to honor a nation.

ARDRID is a Disable People Organization (DPO) & working for establish an inclusive & barrier free society for the person with disabilities. We believe in equal rights for everyone, including People-with-Disabilities and that there should be no barrier to advancing in life for any individual.

Prime Bank Limited, Bongo BD, Apillion and Elite Force are sponsoring the series while bdcrictime.com will be the media partner of the series. Radio Bhumi 92.8 FM will work as the radio partner of the series.

Under the above said contract, the physically disabled cricket team from India will arrive in Dhaka on 20th of this month to celebrate this year’s Independence Day of Bangladesh.

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