Former national level volleyball player, Arunima Sinha who recently became the first woman amputee to conquer Mt. Everest, on Friday choose to ignore the Volleyball Federation of India`s indifference towards her, saying she just wanted "respect".
Arunima Sinha, a former national level volleyball player, who had lost her right leg after thrown off a moving train by some hoodlums, created history on Tuesday by becoming the first Indian amputee to conquer Mount Everest.
Arunima Sinha, who lost her left leg two years ago after being thrown off a moving train, says cricketer Yuvraj Singh has inspired her to make an attempt to scale the highest peak in the world -- the Mount Everest.
National Commission for Women said "injustice" is being done to athlete Arunima Sinha, who lost her leg in an incident last month, maintaining that
she deserves a proper rehabilitation package to ensure her a "life of dignity".
National level athlete Arunima Sinha, who lost her leg after allegedly being pushed off a train, has been cured of infection in her amputated leg,
doctors at AIIMS, where she is undergoing treatment, said.
The condition of national-level
volleyball player Arunima Sinha alias Sonu, who lost her left
leg after being pushed out of a speeding train, is stable,
doctors at AIIMS where she is undergoing treatment said on Tuesday.