India defeated Pakistan by nine wickets to lift the T20 World Cup for Blind title on 12th
Feb 2017 in Bangalore.
Set a target of 198 runs to win, India chased down the total with the loss of just one wicket and with 14 balls to spare.
This was the second edition of the tournament, with India having won the inaugural edition back in 2012.
India had beaten Pakistan in the final of the 2012 tournament too, winning that match by 29 runs.
Sports Minister Vijay Goel congratulated the Indian team for lifting T20 World Cup for Blind for the second successive edition after defeating arch-rivals Pakistan in the final at Bengaluru.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also joined those congratulating the Indian team.
"Delighted that India won the Blind T20 World Cup. Congratulations to the team. India is proud of their accomplishment," the PM tweeted.