CHENNAI (Agencies) - Janata Party chief Subramanian Swamy has asked Prime Minister Manmohan Singh not to attend the Indo-Pakistan cricket World Cup semi-final at Mohali, saying it would create "undue pressure" on Indian players. Noting that March 30 was also the founding day of the National Security Guards, he said Manmohan Singh was scheduled to attend the NSG function in the morning and attend the match in the afternoon that day. "We have centrally held Pakistan guilty of the Mumbai attacks. It won't be proper for him to share the dais with Pakistani leaders which is a betrayal of NSG jawans' sacrifice," he told reporters here. The Prime Minister had invited Pakistani leaders to watch the match. Swamy suggested the Prime Minister may host the winner of the semi-final clash at his house later. He said the presence of leaders would create undue pressure on Indian players.