After vandalising the Pakistan International Airlines office, the Hindu Sena has planned to disrupt Delhi Transport Corporation’s Delhi-Lahore-Delhi bus service and the Samjhauta Express train.
The Hindu Sena blamed Pakistan for harbouring terrorists who cross over to India. The right wing group said India must cut all ties with Pakistan until they take action over terrorist safe havens and hand over wanted terrorists.
In a statement, the group said New Delhi should snap ties with Islamabad 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.
Hindu Sena leader Vishnu Gupta told The Statesman that Pakistan is not stopping terrorism in their land and they are not probing the Pathankot incident seriously.
Today’s attack on the PIA office took place 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.
"Today’s incident is just the start. If Pakistan does not take any serious action on terrorists in the future we will stop the Samjhauta Express and Delhi-Lahore-Delhi bus service," said Gupta.
This is not the first time Hindu Sena has been involved in such an incident. In 2015 Hindu Sena attacked an independent MLA from Jammu & Kashmir, Engineer Rashid, at the Press Club of India in New Delhi and smeared black ink all over his face.
In another incident Vishnu Gupta complained that beef was being served in the canteen of Kerala House after which Delhi Police visited the canteen, which was seen as another case of paranoia over cow meat.
Twitterati slam Hindu Sena
Twitterati condemned the attack by the Hindu Sena on the PIA office.
Hardik tweeted "If Hindu Sena has ****, ask them to secure Indian Borders than showing their shallow act against unarmed civilians and Business Houses".
Sapna Mishra tweeted, "Violence at any place fr any reason r not appreciable. Hindu Sena plz keep faith over govt. Let the Govt fight with diplomacy, dnt be impatient".
Kiran Raza tweeted:"This attack on #PIA could further strain the volatile relations between the two archrivals".