India should not have dialogue with Pakistan: Shiv Sena
Mumbai: Shiv Sena on Thursday called the UPA government at the Centre as "senseless" for engaging in dialogue with Pakistan government despite the brutal killing of two Indian army soldiers on the Line of Control.
"I would say this government is senseless. The government should not engage in dialogue with Pakistan. Instead, a befitting reply should be given," Shiv Sena group leader in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly Subhash Desai said at a press conference here.
Referring to Indo-Pak visa agreement, he said the government should not sign any treaties with the neighbouring country. "From the very start we have been opposing Indo-Pak cricket matches. India should not sign any new pacts with Pakistan," he said.
"India should give a similar reply to Pakistan," he added.
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