Pakistan Airlines office in Delhi ransacked by Hindu Mahasabha


Right wing Hindu group, Hindu Mahasabha on Thursday ransacked the offices of Pakistan Airlines in New Delhi.

A Hindu Mahasabha leader justified the attack saying it was a reaction against Pakistan’s attack on India.

He told ABP News, “Pakistan Airlines should close down its offices in India. Our workers have not caused any bomb blasts. This is a sign of anger that exists among Indians. We would like our government to know about it.”

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They chanted anti-Pakistan slogans, threw some leaflets in the air before damaging the furniture and other assets of the airlines office.

Pakistan Airlines’ office is situated on Barakhamba Road in central Delhi.

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Pakistani High Commission’s media head, Manzoor Ali, told that the attack by Hindu Mahasabha was an unfortunate development and they had raised the issue with the Indian government.

He siad, “We are very hurt by what happened. One portion of our office has been damaged. They have damaged the computers too and misbehaved with our staff.  We’ve raised the issue with the Indian government demanding them to ensure the security for the staff working in PIA office. We’ve also demanded the immediate arrests of and punitive actions against those who attacked the PIA office.”

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