Delhi Police’s Deaf And Mute Staff Wins International Chess Championship

Aditya Singh

Staff Writer

In the service of Delhi Police for the last 21 years, Usha Rani has been working for the force as a Multi Task Staff.

However, what makes her different is that she’s deaf & mute. Yet, she’s also one of the few people who recently won the GSCB International Deaf Tournament in Chess in Switzerland.

Her life turned around when she met her husband who, recognising her talent, enrolled her into the Deaf Community Welfare Association. Rani, now 50, raised her two daughters with her husband – one doing bachelors in design & the other is married.

In fact, she believes that people with impairments possess skills & talents, unlike others. And the reason why it mostly goes untapped is that there’s no good system to explore that talent. Moreover, she’s raring to bring more accolades to her country and represent India at International Championships.

So, Usha Rani continues to baffle us with her talent and progress, let’s join hands in supporting more such people.

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