Jyoti Yadav of Mirzapur
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Mirzapur Cricketer Jyoti Yadav: The daughters of Mirzapur are bringing laurels across the country. Recently, Mirzapur’s Sania Mirza secured 149th rank in NDA exam and secured second position in flying wing. With this, Sania can become the country’s first Muslim woman fighter pilot. With this achievement, the chest of every person in the district must have been widened. At the same time, another big achievement has been added to the name of Mirzapur. Another daughter of Mirzapur district of Uttar Pradesh also raised the name of the entire state. A girl named Jyoti Yadav has been selected in the women’s T20 team. Jyoti Yadav’s selection in the national cricket tournament is an inspiration for every girl who dreams and wants to fulfill it despite adversity. Let’s know the story of Mirzapur’s player daughter Jyoti Yadav.
Who is Jyoti Yadav?
Jyoti Yadav is a resident of small village Aahin (Tiwari ka Pura) under Kachwa police station area of Mirzapur. She belongs to a poor family. His father’s name is Kashinath Yadav, who is a daily wage laborer. Jyoti is the fourth child among five sisters and one brother.
did not give up even in the face of difficulties
Jyoti learned the qualities of cricket from her father in her childhood. When he dreamed of playing cricket for the country, the father started worrying about how he would fulfill his daughter’s dream. Through daily wages, he earns up to Rs.350 a day. He is the only earning member at home. The family has neither any land nor any fixed income.
Marksheet not received on outstanding fees
On one side there were dreams of the daughter and on the other side her education. Jyoti passed her class 12th exam four years ago, but she does not have her marksheet. In fact, Jyoti’s school fees are still pending. Marksheet will be issued from the school only after depositing around Rs.4000 as fees in the school.
Jyoti practiced cricket by herself
When Jyoti had to be sent to Delhi to play the match, Kashinath’s worry increased as he did not have that much money. The bat that Jyoti plays with has also been given to her by an acquaintance from a nearby village. Jyoti practiced cricket in the vacant fields after the harvest. However, when the crops grow, Jyoti plays matches with her younger brother near the house.
Old bat and field came in handy