The two-member Pakistan security team has reportedly given the green signal for the ICC World Twenty20 clash against India in Dharamsala on March 19. There were some concerns over the match after Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh last week announced that his government would not be able to provide security to the Pakistani cricket team. (Ex-servicemen protest against India-Pakistan clash )However, the security team that visited Dharamshala was told that the state government was competent enough to provide security to the Pakistani cricketers but the families of martyrs protesting against the match, would not be stopped. Singh said it would be embarrassing to use force on ex-servicemen and families of martyrs.The District Collector and the Inspector General of Police reportedly assured the Pakistani officials of adequate protection. Home Minister Rajnath Singh had also promised to deploy paramilitary forces for the match.Meanwhile, World T20 tournament director MV Sridhar, who met MHA officials today, has confirmed that the India-Pakistan match in Dharamsala will go ahead as scheduled. “We respect the sentiments of the ex-servicemen but this is an international event that BCCI is organising. We appeal to them that this is only a cricket match and we are not taking it beyond that,” Sridhar said.Sridhar said that the Himachal government has assured him of security for the key match. “The security is excellent, I’ve seen it myself. The state government has assured us that they will provide complete security.”Sridhar added that the Pakistani security delegation had surveyed the arrangements and seemed happy with what they saw. “They have seen the ground and all the facilities for security.” advertisement A two-member security team from Pakistan arrived at the Attari border post of India yesterday and headed for Dharamsala in Himachal Pradesh to review security arrangements for the match.The team, comprising the director of the Federal Investigation Agency and a Pakistan Cricket Board member, crossed the Wagah-Attari joint checkpost (JCP) between both countries on foot before heading for Dharamsala, nearly 235 km from Attari.The visit of the Pakistan cricket team is being opposed by ex-servicemen and families of martyrs from Himachal Pradesh. They say they will not allow Pakistan to play the match at Dharamsala as the neighbouring country was responsible for repeated terror attacks in India in which many soldiers have sacrificed their lives.