New Delhi: Hours after vandalising an office of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) by the activists of Hindu Sena, the right-wing group on Thursday also threatened to target the Lahore-Delhi bus service and the Samjhauta Express.
In a statement, the group said that New Delhi should snap ties with Pakistan since it has been “regularly attacking India” and the recent attack on the Indian consulate in Afghanistan has also been linked with the neighbouring country.
Till Pakistan stops its tentacles of terror and arrests the likes of Hafeej Sayeed and Dawood Ibrahim, India should not engage in a dialogue with Islamabad, it said.
On Thursday afternoon, activists of the Hindu Sena vandalised the office of the PIA located in Connaught Place here.
According to reports, about six men had barged into the PIA office and ransacked the facility.
Meanwhile, the police have arrested one person in connection with the case.
“We have arrested a person claiming to be from Hindu Sena, can't divulge more right now,” DCP Jatin Narwal said.
Earlier at a press briefing, spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs Vikas Swarup had said that "Law enforcement agencies will take action in connection with PIA office attack in Delhi."
The development comes in the wake of the terror attack on Pathankot airbase believed to be carried out by Pakistani terrorists.
It followed shortly after Pakistan refused to confirm whether it has detained the chief of the Jaish-e-Mohammad terror group, Maulana Masood Azhar, in connection with the probe into the Pathankot terror attack.