"Shahryar Khan go back": Shiv Sena attacks Indian Cricket Board in Mumbai

10:21 AM | 19 Oct, 2015
MUMBAI (Staff Report) - Hindu extremist group Shiv Sena Monday stormed into the Indian Board of Cricket Control of India (BCCI) office to protest against Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan, who is in India to meet with BCCI president Shashank Manohar and discuss the India-Pakistan bilateral series slated for December.

They are demanding "Go back home Shehyar Khan".


Tthe Shiv Sena workers stormed the BCCI office on Monday and chanted slogans against Shahryar Khan.

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The right-wing party is protesting talks between India and Pakistan to hold the cricket series.

The Shiv Sena workers stormed through the BCCI gates and entered the office holding placards.


Earlier this month, the Shiv Sena had protested against the book launch of former Pakistan Foreign Affairs Minister Khurshid Kasuri, and its members threw ink on the face of the organiser Sudheendra Kulkarni.

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