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Magic takes them to record books

Minister of WOmen and Child Welfare K.K. Shylaja presenting the India Book of Records to differntly abled children

Minister of WOmen and Child Welfare K.K. Shylaja presenting the India Book of Records to differntly abled children  

A group of differently abled students enter India Book of Records

A group of differently abled students have stormed the record books with their magic performance.

The students Vishnu, Rahul P.R., Rahul R., Silpa, Saranya, Satheesh, Sreelakshmi, Harish Babu, and Aishwarya S. Nair who suffer from issues such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down’s Syndrome, and visual impairment put up a magic show of one hour and seven minutes to earn a spot in the India Book of Records. Minister for Women and Child Development K.K. Shylaja presented the record to them, who are brand ambassadors of the Kerala Social Security Mission’s Anuyatra project, and magician Gopinath Muthukad.

India Book of Records adjudicator Pradeep Bhardwaj said he would try to get the children perform in front of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on December 26.

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