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India Beat Pakistan in Kabaddi World Cup 2013 Final

Written by Umar Farooq
(Last Updated On: 15/12/2013)

Pakistan lost the Kabaddi World Cup 2013 final to India by 9 points. The final match of Kabaddi World Cup 2013 was being held at Guru Nanak Stadium Ludhiana on Saturday 14th of December 2013.

Final score before the full time was 48 points (India) and 39 points (Pakistan). It seems that Pakistan is not good at beating Indian in their home ground and in front of their home crowds in almost any sports.

Chief Minister of Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif and Chief Minister of Indian Punjab Prakash Singh Badal were present in the stadium to spectate the final between two rival countries.

Before the final match started, Mian Shahbaz Sharif addressed the ceremony held on this occasion expressed the hope that Punjabis from both nations can come together and work together for mutual problems such as low education and can boost bilateral trade.

Mian Shahbaz Sharif additionally said that both countries will arrange next Kabaddi World Cup jointly and both countries should show goodwill passion for each other.

He said that

Success of Pakistan means victory of India’s neighbour while if India wins it should also be considered as success of Pakistan’s neighbour

Shahbaz Sharif was of the view that both countries should come together to alleviate poverty and unemployment from the region and increase trade with each other.

He said that

We have to establish peace in the region

Chief Minister of Indian Punjab, Prakash Singh Badal said that Shahbaz Shairf’s visit is a positive step towards the improvement of relationship between both nations and both nations share a set of common traditions and culture.

He welcomed Shahbaz Sharif’s and his delegations’ visit to India and expressed that hearts of Punjabis are same on either side of the border.

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Umar Farooq

Umer Farooq is a hobbyist British writer and likes to write about Politics, Sports, Fashion and Technology. Having secured a Master’s degree in Executive Leadership from University of Ulster UK, he has a firm grip on current issues writing. Research also is one of the his favourite areas and it came natural to him.

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