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Mumbai(web team): Mumbai Police has arrested 10 Shiv Sena workers who stormed the BCCI office on Monday morning. The workers were arrested under Section 141, 143, 149 of IPC and 37(1)/135 of Bombay Police Act.
The noisy protests by over a hundred slogan shouting members at the Board office during which BCCI President Shashank Manohar was ghearoed forced the cancellation of the much-anticipated talks today between him and Khan. The talks on the proposed bilateral series have now been rescheduled to be held in Delhi tomorrow.
“The talks have not been called off. Mr Manohar and Mr Khan will speak to each other in evening today and tomorrow they are coming to Delhi for another round of talks,” IPL Chairman and senior Board functionary Rajiv SDhukla told PTI.
Shouting slogans against Pakistan and the PCB chairman, the Sena workers surrounded Manohar, asking him not to have any ties with the neighbouring country, which they said sponsors terrorism. Waving black and saffron flags, the workers sought to know from Manohar if he would go ahead with his meeting with the PCB chief here.
Sena Vibhag Pramukh Pandurang Sakpal told reporters that his party is firm that there should be no cricket matches between the two countries. Asked about Sena being a part of the Maharashtra government, Sakpal said, “The government will do its job, we will do ours.”The protesting Sena workers were later taken into custody by the police.