Mumbai, Jan 8 (mb): Shiv Sena on Monday sought that I-cards should be made compulsory in Mumbai too so that 'outsiders' should not be allowed to enter the city without some sort of permit.
"The Delhi government has woken up to the threat posed by terrorists," an editorial in the party's mouthpiece 'Samana' said.
Defending the compulsion of I-card, it says if police stops somebody to check his/her identification papers, it does not impinge on person's liberty.
It also congratulated Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit and Delhi police for making I-cards compulsory in the national capital.
The editorial also rails against 'floods' of migrants coming into Mumbai, and further says I-cards should be made compulsory in every city of the country.