PAK High Commission staff denied access to Indo-Pak match venue
NEW DELHI: Indian government denied access to Pakistn High Commission to Indo-Pak match which will be held in Eden Garden cricket stadium Kolkata .
Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit is also involved in the denied persons.
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The match had to be organized in Dharamsala but due to security concerns the venue was shifted to Kolkata .
Pakistan cricket team continuously received threat calls from Hindu extremist organizations including ATFI and Shiv Sena.
The extremist organizations also threatened to dig up the pitch of Eden Garden cricket stadium in Kolkata .
They also threatened to hold protests against the match and claimed to stop the event at any cost.
Hindu extremist organizations also threatened West Bengal’s CM Mamta who promised to provide foolproof security to Pakistan team.
Shiv Sena claimed that they will stop the team by using hand grenades made by Chandrapur ordinance factories.
Recently Ghazal singer Ghulam Ali also cancelled his concert in New Delhi after receiving threat calls from Hindu extremist organizations.
Pakistan had played a warm up match against Sri Lanka and will play its first match of the event against Bangladesh in Kolkata on March 16.