Going into the finals, India have an upper-hand as they had already beaten their arch-rivals Pakistan by seven wickets in the group stages.
After opting to bat first, Pakistan had posted a competitive target of 282 for eight in their stipulated 40 overs.
In reply, India comfortably chased down the target in just 34.5 overs, with Haryana's Deepak Malik (B3 - blind level 3) scoring the highest runs of 79 off 71 balls.
India, who are considered as the favourites to retain their title, have remained unbeaten throughout this tournament.
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