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Imran will bring peace to Pakistan, India: Indian cricket legend Kapil Dev

NEW DELHI: Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev said Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan will be able to bring peace to India and Pakistan.

Speaking to Khaleej Times, he said, “Imran Khan, well done. I hope that he will be able to bring peace to India and Pakistan.”

“I think the big question is if Imran as PM can give everybody in his country three meals a day,” He added.

“Can he give the youth of Pakistan jobs? People like me who have played cricket with him would like to see him perform as the PM,” he hoped.

Praising the former Pakistan cricket captain, Dev said it takes a lot of disciple, dedication and hard work to run a country.

“I have spoken to him only once since he became the PM. What a journey he has had. To be PM of any country, it takes a lot of discipline, dedication and hard work. He has worked very hard to reach where he has reached today,” the former India captain added.

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