Read the following passage and solve the questions based on it.
Five friends—Amar, Binit, Charu, Deeksha, Eshwar, went to a fair. At a shooting stall there are three things to be shot–balloons, coins and needles. The number of balloons shot are 1, 4, 5, 6 and 8, while the number of coins shot are 0, 1, 2, 4 and 6. Following details are available:
(i) The number of coins shot by Amar is three times the number of coins shot by the person who shot 4 balloons.
(ii) Three persons including the one who shot four coins, did not shot any needle.
(iii) Binit did not shoot any needle.
(iv) The one who shot one balloon did not shoot any needle or coin. It is also known that he was not Charu.
(v) Deeksha shot balloons and coins but no needle.
(vi) Charu shot half as many coins as the person who shot twice as many balloons as he did.
(vii) Eshwar shot two more balloons than Amar, but Amar shot two more coins than Eshwar.
Who shot an equal number of coins and balloons?