Raipur: Carving a niche a tribal boy Suresh Kumar Dhruv, from Maoist hot bed Abujhmaad has secured his place in India U-18 football team. Suresh is participating in the Asian school football championship 2018 being held at Agra from today on September 20. Born in one of the most notorious district situated in red corridor of Chhattisgarh Abujhmaad’s young tribal boy Suresh secured his place in Indian football team U-18 squad. Since class two the young boy Suresh started playing football and to continue to do so for over a decade. Studying in the Ramkrishna Mission Ashram at Abujhmaad Suresh has been practising hard to become a good football player and now his dreams come true as he made in to the national football team in U-18. Suresh’s coach Hanumant Rao Informed “ Suresh is my students since when he was seven year old and till date I am teaching him football. He is the first student in football who grab the opportunity to be in a part of national football team. now he is playing from India in the Asian school football championship being start on September 20 at Agra”. Hailing from Gattakal, a highly sensitive village, about 40 km far from the district headquarters, his family is living in cassavahi these days. On July 28-29, the selection trials were held in Kanpur, in which 124 players from across the country participated. Six players from Chhattisgarh had an opportunity, including three of the Ramakrishna Mission Abujhmaad but only Suresh was selected” Hanumant Rao added. Children from interior villages came to Ramkrishna Mission for studies from class one to class 12. Besides studies there is a compulsory rutiene of sports activity in school. Suresh Kumar was also brought to this ashram 12 years ago from his house. Suresh’s life and behavior from his childhood is different from other children. He is brilliant in sports and doing well in his academics as well. He has participated in three nationals football championship and won the bronze also.