Shiv Sena threatens to stop Indo-Pak cricket match through the use of hand grenades

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NEW DELHI: Shiv Sena threatened to stop Indo-Pak cricket match through use of hand grenades made by ordinance factory in Chandrapur.

 

Hindu extremist party Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackery claimed that Indian Youth can use hand grenades prepared in Chandrapur to stop the event.

 

He claimed that why we should play with Pakistan who attacked us.

 

He also threatened West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee for dire consequences for assurance of foolproof security to Pakistani  team.

 

He claimed that Mamata is doing all this for political purpose as her state is going to poll next month.

 

He also lauded Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Vibharda Singh for denying to provide security to Pakistani team and asking government for cancellation of match.

 

ATFI group also threatened to dig up the pitch of Kolkatta ground.

 

Pakistan team is continuously receiving threat calls from Hindu extremist organizations.

 

Recently the venue was shifted from Dharamshala to Eden Garden Kolkata by ICC amid security concerns.

 

Pakistani singer Ghulam Ali also cancelled his concert in New Delhi after receiving a threat call from Hindu extremist organization.

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