Deepa Malik Photograph:( ANI )
Deepa had earlier won a bronze in women's F 53/54 javelin throw event.
Deepa Malik won her second medal at the 2018 Asian Para Games on Friday after winning a bronze in the women's F51/52/53s discus throw event.
Rio Paralympics medallist dedicated her medal to her "father's memory".
After winning the medal, she said, "I'm happy. It's special for me. I dedicate this to my father's memory. Both my medals are special."
"Proud that I won this for my nation. Thankful to Target Olympic Podium Scheme&Paralympic Committee of India," concluded Deepa Malik.
Deepa produced her best effort in her fourth attempt, a 9.67 metre throw to claim the third spot. Elnaz Darabian of Iran took home the gold and set a new Asian record with her best throw of 10.71m. Fatema Nedham of Bahrain won the silver with 9.87m.
In F51/52/53 category, athletes have full power and movements in their arms, but no power in their abdominal muscles and typically no sitting balance. They compete in seated positions.
Deepa had earlier won a bronze in women's F 53/54 javelin throw event