Four members of Hindu Sena, a fringe group, went to the fifth floor office of PIA at Barakhamba Road around 3:15 pm and ransacked three rooms damaging computers, furniture and other items. Police arrested one member of the group.

Owning responsibility of the incident, Hindu Sena chief Vishnu Gupta vented anger at Pakistan holding it responsible for the attacks at Pathankot air base as well as at the Indian consulate in the Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif recently.
"Through this act, the members of our Delhi unit have expressed their anger and sent a message to Pakistan that they should respect our sentiments and keep in mind that we are not weak", he said.

In a statement in Islamabad, the Pakistan Foreign Office said its High Commission in Delhi has taken up the matter with India's External Affairs Ministry.
"The Pakistan High Commission immediately took up the matter with the Ministry of External Affairs, asking them to provide adequate security to the PIA offices in New Delhi and Mumbai, as well as to take action against the miscreants", the statement said.
It said Indian government assured that all necessary steps will be taken for security of the PIA offices in India.

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