Earlier, on Sept 21, in response to an invitation from a Pakistani delegation, Anna had said that he would like to go to Pakistan if "my visit is going to help the anti-corruption movement there".
"Anna should have told the delegation that they should tell Pakistan to stop terrorism," Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut said. "Shiv Sena is of the opinion that no one should have any relations with Pakistan," Raut added.
The delegation including Justice Nasir Alam Zahid, a former judge of Pakistan's Supreme Court and Karamat Ali, the Director of Pakistan Institute for Labour, Education and Research and renowned peace activist had invited Hazare to their country to support anti-corruption movement.
The huge success of Anna's anti-corruption movement has rose the morale of the social activists in Pakistan and people of Pakistan wanted Hazare to visit the country, Ali had said during their interaction with Anna in Ralegan Siddhi.