Clearing the air on cricketing ties between the two neighbours, he said it was all right for them to play in international tourneys, but not on each others' soil.
"Do you want to say India should not play the Champions Trophy at all," Shah retorted when questioned about Sunday upcoming clash between the two countries at the Champions Trophy finale in London.
"The issue is clear. We do not go there to play and they don't come here and play," Shah, who is also Chairman of Gujarat Cricket Association (GCA), told media persons during a press conference here.
A fortnight ago, on May 30, officials of Board of Cricket Control of India and Pakistan Cricket Board had met in Dubai to discuss resuming bilateral cricket ties, but the meeting ended inconclusively.
(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)