Shiv Sena today voiced its strong opposition to social activist Anna Hazare's plans to visit Pakistan in connection with anti-corruption movement.
Hazare had recently told a two-member Pakistani delegation at his native village Ralegan Siddhi that he would like to go to that country if his visit will "help the anti-corruption movement there".
"Anna should have told the delegation that they should tell Pakistan to stop terrorism...Shiv Sena is of the opinion that no one should have any relations with Pakistan," Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut said here.
The delegation comprising former judge of Pakistan's Supreme Court Justice Nasir Aslam Jahid and peace activist Karamat Ali had extended an invitation to Hazare to visit the neighbouring country.
"The success of Hazare's anti-corruption movement had boosted the morale of the activists in Pakistan and people of Pakistan wanted Hazare to visit the country," Ali had said.