Ralegan Siddhi: Shiv Sena on Thursday advised Gandhian Anna Hazare not to visit Pakistan until the neighbouring country stops supporting terrorism.
The move comes after a Pakistan delegation met social activist Hazare at his native village Ralegan Siddhi on Wednesday and extended an invitation to visit the neighbouring country.
The delegation comprised Justice Nasir Aslam Jahid, a former judge of Pakistan`s Supreme Court, and Karamat Ali, a well-known peace activist.
Ali told a news agency that the success of Hazare`s anti-corruption movement had boosted the morale of the activists in Pakistan.
The people of Pakistan wanted Hazare to visit the country, he said.
Hazare later said that like India, Pakistan too faced a serious problem of corruption and "I would like to go there if my visit is going to help" the anti-corruption movement there.