Sena, in a warning tone, also said it would be good if those in power in the state do not talk about holding the T20 India-Pakistan match in Maharashtra.

"We welcome Virbhadra Singh for being against holding the T20 World Cup cricket match between India and Pakistan in his state. Wounds of Pathankot and the blood of our soldiers is still fresh. What can the people of country expect from politicians and bookies who cannot stop cricket matches and artists from performing in the country," Sena said in an editorial in its mouthpiece 'Saamana'.
The Himachal Pradesh Chief minister had recently voiced his concern over the proposed Indo-Pak match in Dharamsala, saying that the state government cannot ensure security of players and that welcoming Pakistani players at a place where families of the martyrs live would be an insult to the soldiers.


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