New Delhi: Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari’s North Avenue residence in New Delhi was allegedly ransacked by unidentified men late Sunday night.
Manoj Tiwari, a Lok Sabha member from North-East Delhi, was not present at his house when the incident took place.
Four suspects have been arrested by the Delhi Police and a search is on for other suspects.
Manoj Tiwari tweeted saying that about 10 people had barged into the premises of his residence in Delhi’s North Avenue.
“Around eight to 10 people attacked my residence at 159, North Avenue,” the actor-turned-politician tweeted around 3 am on Monday. He further alleged a conspiracy behind the incident.
— Manoj Tiwari (@ManojTiwariMP) April 30, 2017
According to Tiwari, this was an attack aimed at him. He said that the accused even called out his name and hurled abuses.
Looks like a big conspiracy, that too with police involvement. No one should be spared, he said after the incident.
The miscreants attacked the security guard at the house at around 1 am, and the incident has been recorded in the CCTV camera.
— ANI (@ANI_news) May 1, 2017
According to media reports, at least two staff members of the BJP leader received minor injuries in the attack and a WagonR parked inside the residence was ransacked.