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Judo learned to be positive / self-defense Judo will now play for the country in England


Sneha Khare Bhopal There is no full illumination in the eyes, but her dreams are big and she has come out to achieve these dreams Sarita Chaure of Panjarakalan village of Hoshangabad. Sarita, from a very poor family, is blind from birth and will represent the country in the 48kg junior category at the Commonwealth Para Judo Championships to be held in England in September. Along with him Poonam Sharma and Swati Sharma from Bhopal will also go to England. Poonam has participated in the World Cup and Asian Para Games held in 2018.





Both are preparing for a private judo club in Bhopal. While Sarita is practicing in the village with sisters Jyoti and Pooja Chaure. The three sisters are visually impaired and are national para judo players. Sarita was required to deposit 1 lakh 12 thousand rupees for Visa, Kit charge etc. in the account of Indian Blind and Para Judo Association to go to England, but the Chaure Samaj helped in raising three lakh rupees in three days.





There is no coach, so sisters are training in the village






We do not have a judo academy or coach to prepare for England, so both sisters have come to the village to prepare me. After the eighth, with the help of a school teacher, we got admission in a residential school in Indore, but the helplessness of blindness did not stop us. All three of us used to be scared about our safety. In 2017, with the help of Dalit organization, Bhopal's Site Saver organization conducted Judo training, in which we participated and it is here that changed our lives. The confidence to protect ourselves in trouble came within us. 
 





That's when the state label's judo competition for the visually impaired was revealed. Pooja and I participated in this and we both got selected for the national competition in Lucknow in 2018. Both won bronze medals. All three of us reached the national in 2019. Here Pooja got Bronze in Senior category and I got Silver medal in Junior category.





 
Celebrating atmosphere in village today:  Sarita's father Lakhan Lal Chaure tells that what was not heard and endured when daughters were born, but today there is an atmosphere of excitement in our house and village. Mother Krishna says that when the daughters were in school, sometimes uncle or father would go to school. We always lived in fear and suffering. Ever since daughters won medals, today the name of the village is being illuminated due to daughters. Chaura Samaj secretary Jayanarayan Patel says that the society raised money in three days, because the daughter has become the pride of the village. 
 
7 Gold, 13 Silver, 14 Bronze for MP in three years: Archana Bhumble, director of Site Saver MP, says that we had started this training for the safety of the girls, but these girls in turn filled our bag with a medal. In the last three years, these girls have won a total of 7 gold, 13 silver and 14 bronze in the senior and junior categories. These girls have also won 5 silver and 4 bronze medals in the national competition held in Gorakhpur in February this year.


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