With 15 gold, 24 silver and 33 bronze medals, India was placed ninth in the overall tally.
In the last edition in 2014, India won 33 medals (3 gold, 14 silver, 16 bronze).
In men's singles SL3 class badminton, India's Pramod Bhagat defeated Ukun Rukaendi of Indonesia 21-19 15-21 21-14 to clinch the gold medal.
Athletes in the SL3 category generally have impairment in one or both lower limbs and poor walking or running balance. Athletes with cerebral palsy, bilateralpolio or loss of both legs below the knee compete in half-court (lenghtwise) to minimise the impact of their impairment.
K Jennitha Anto clinched the gold in women's individual rapid P1 chess event after beating Manurung Roslinda of Indonesia 1-0 in the final round, while Kishan Gangolli got the better of Majid Bagheri in the men's individual rapid VI - B2/B3 event to claim the top spot.
Rapid P1 event is for physically impaired athletes while rapid VI - B2/B3 event features partially blind competitors.
Athletes in this class have impairment in one or both lower limbs and poor walking/running balance but they play in standing positions.
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