Papu Ray, A New Find for India
Papu Ray is a left-arm spinner. A 23-yr-old has been chosen to represent the India C squad led by Ajinkya Rahane for the Deodhar Trophy. It has been coronary tragic adventure for the Kolkata-kid, who was lost his mothers and fathers even just before he could articulate “Mummy Papa”.
As Papu prepares hard for his brush with big time cricket – the Vijay Hazare Trophy – for his embraced state Odisha, he remembered his once more breaking voyage in which each and every wicket implied, he would get the chance to endeavor to have adjust lunch and dinner.
“Bhaiya log bulate the aur bolte the ball dalega toh khana khilaoonga. Aur har wicket ka 10 rupaiya dete the. (Seniors in my territory made utilization of to call me to bowl and gave me Rs 10 for every wicket),” Papu reviewed his long stretches of hardship amid a communication with media.
“Unko (moms and dads) kabhi dekha nahin… Kabhi gaon gaya nahin, khali suna hai (Never seen them nor have I been at any time to my native village. I’ve only read about them),” Ray, who now lives in a rented accommodation in Kolkata’s Picnic Backyard garden said.