Pakistan's cricket board chairman Zaka Ashraf on Thursday sent a "get well soon" message to Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray, who is in critical condition in Mumbai.
The health condition of the Shiv Sena chief turned critical Wednesday night.
“I have sent a message of get well soon to Mr Bal Thackeray,” Ashraf said.
“Our religion and our Prophet Mohammad taught us that we should wish everyone good health and life and following that I have wished him well and sent him a bouquet,” Ashraf was quoted as having said by Pakistani media.
Thackeray has demanded that the Indian government cancel next month's tour by the Pakistani cricket team.
The 86-year-old said that sporting ties should not revived until Pakistan brings the perpetrators of 2008 Mumbai terror attacks to justice.
However, the Indian government earlier this month gave the go-ahead for a tour of two Twenty20 and three one-day internationals to commence in December-January -- the first between the arch-rivals in five years.