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Daring Pakistan ahead of the India vs Pakistan final in the ICC Champions Trophy, Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev said it should merge occupied Kashmir territory back to India if they lose the match, reported News Nation. “If Pakistan loses the match then it should merge occupied territory in Kashmir back to India. Indian forces should kill terrorists like Hafiz Sayeed and Azhar Masood, but rest of the Pakistanis are good people,” Baba Ramdev said during a press conference in Ahmedabad on Saturday.


However, he clarified that people in Pakistan are very good and that will not shy from a trip. “I have an invitation from Pakistan. People there are good. I suggest they should practice more Kapalbhati,” Yoga guru told media. Talking about the upcoming International Yoga Day, Ramdev said 200 nations around the world are celebrating it which is a big thing. He added that Yoga should not remain confined to June 21 only and should become a permanent thing in our life.

India is set to take on Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final on Sunday afternoon. Virat Kohli while talking to media ahead of the match said he is not taking the opposition lightly. “I don’t see any relevance of the first game here because you can never tell how a particular team starts a tournament. Some teams start very confidently and then they fade off. Some teams might not have the best starts and come back amazingly, which Pakistan have done,” Kohli said on the eve of the much-anticipated, high octane clash.
When asked about the preparation and the team’s approach to the much-hyped match, Kohli said, “We have not spoken about the game in any different way. We have practised the same way as we started the day we came here. Even today’s practice was no different. There wasn’t any drop of intensity or something extra. There was no over-excitement. People were just doing the normal things that they do in any practice session and that’s the kind of approach we have following throughout the tournament.”

Courtesy: Financial Express

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