Modi and Sharif had a brief meeting on Monday in Paris on the sidelines of the UN climate summit during which they warmly held hands before sitting down for a chat amidst frosty ties between the two neighbours.
"Modi has shown huge tolerance by shaking hands with Sharif. Even if the other (party) raises hand, we should fold ours. This is our tolerance and Modi has displayed it", an editorial in Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana' said.
The editorial further said that "now nobody has to leave the country on the pretext that there is an atmosphere of intolerance. The country is on the right mode and Modi's critics should remember that."
Taking a jibe at the Pakistan Prime Minister, the editorial said that by choosing the 'muhurat' of 26/11 to sign a letter of approval for the India-Pakistan cricket series, Sharif has in a way paid tributes to 26/11 terrorist Kasab.
Notably, the Shiv Sena has been opposed to resuming cultural and sports ties with the neighbouring country.

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