New Delhi - Indian extremist party Shiv Sena on Saturday attacked an ongoing Pak-India exhibition in Deradoon city in Indian state Jhaarkhand.
Shiv Sena activists stormed the exhibition , shut the doors and chanted anti-Pakistan slogans. They also forced to shut Pakistani stalls and changed the name of exhibition to Indo-Asia from Indo-Pak.
The Pak-India exhibition started on January 7 and was scheduled to end on January 10, a private TV channel reported.
Later, the local administration provided security to continue the exhibition .
This was not the first time Shiv Sena workers have shown its anti-Pakistan sentiments. In October last, activists of the hardline Hindu party, angry at the launch of a former Pakistani foreign minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri's book, doused the event organiser with black ink in Mumbai.
In the same month, the activists of Shiv Sena stormed the headquarters of the Indian cricket board in Mumbai, shortly before Indian cricket officials were scheduled to meet their Pakistani counterparts to discuss reviving cricket ties between the two nations.