Zeenews Sports Bureau
New Delhi: While BCCI’s decision to resume cricket with Pakistan after a gap of 5 years received mixed response from all across the country, Shiv Sena strongly opposed the move saying that there was no point for any such initiative.
Shiv Sena leader Ramdas Kadman reckoned that there was no point in resuming cricket with Pakistan until it changed its attitude towards terrorism.
However the chief of the Maharashtra State Congress indirectly opposed the series saying there was anger among the Indian people over the 26/11 incident.
Notably the BCCI on Monday announced that Pakistan would tour India for three ODIs and two T20 matches towards the end of December.