Hindu Army pelted stones at Owaisi's house, 5 accused arrested

New Delhi: A case of vandalism in the government bungalow of AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi at Ashoka Road in the national capital has come to light. Delhi Police has arrested five persons belonging to Hindu Sena in the case. Hindu Sena workers have damaged nameplates and tube lights outside Asaduddin Owaisi's residence.

Talking to the media, Delhi Police DCP Deepak Yadav said that they have arrested five persons who ransacked them. All the arrested accused are residents of the Mandoli area of east Delhi. He also said that the police have nabbed the accused from the spot. During interrogation, the accused admitted that they were enraged by the remarks made by Owaisi. The police official said a call was received on the PCR of Delhi Police that some people were ransacking Owaisi's Delhi residence. After which police rushed to the spot and arrested all the accused who were ransacking. He said the miscreants had ransacked the main gate and windows of the house by the time the police reached there.

MP Asaduddin Owaisi was not present when the Hindu Army attacked the bungalow. According to media reports, the bungalow carer told reporters that around 7-8 people were standing outside the house shouting slogans and ransacking the exterior of the house. They were throwing stones inside the house as well. Owaisi expressed surprise over the demolition at his official residence and said he did not know what message was going on in the world. Owaisi said people have been radicalised and the responsibility falls on the BJP government. If an MP's house is attacked like this, what is the message going in the country and in the world?

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