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Subramanian Swamy calls Imran Khan's UNGA address 'roadside speech'

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Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on June 21 celebrated International Yoga Day by performing various Asanas. This was the sixth edition of International Yoga Day. The CRPF personnel also maintained the social distancing while performing Yoga. Prime Minister Narendra Modi pitched World Yoga Day at United General Assembly in 2014.

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Imran Khan Imran Khan incumbent Prime Minister of Pakistan; former professional cricketer

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The Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava reacted on Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's statement on which he is offering financial assistance to miginalise people in India. Giving a befitting reply, Srivastava said that India's stimulus package is as large as the GDP of Pakistan. "Pakistan would do well to recall that they have a debt problem which covers 90% of their GDP. As far as India goes, our stimulus package is as large as the GDP of Pakistan", he said. Recently, Imran Khan took to his Twitter handle and said, "Acc to this report, 34% of households across India will not be able to survive for more than a week without add assistance. I am ready to offer help and share our successful cash transfer prog, lauded internationally for its reach and transparency, with India."

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