Manoj Tiwari's house ransacked, Delhi BJP chief claims attack on life

In a late night tweet, Manoj Tiwari had claimed that his house in Delhi has been ransacked by 8-10 people

Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Manoj Tiwari’s house was on Sunday ransacked by unidentified men in the national capital. Four people have been arrested in connection with the incident. Speaking about the incident, Tiwari said that the attack was part of a conspiracy against him. “Looks like a big conspiracy, that too with police involvement. No one should be spared,” the Delhi BJP Chief said.

Tiwari was not present at his residence when the attack took place. The BJP leader has said that it was an attempt on his life. “This is an attack on my life. Two of my people have been injured (Ye jaanleva humla hai, mere do log injured hai),” he said on Monday.

In a late night tweet, Tiwari had claimed that his house in Delhi has been ransacked by 8-10 people.

An eyewitness told news agency ANI that there were 7-8 people who conducted the attack. “Don’t know their intention or the reason behind but they were very abusive, were not scared of police. They were 7-8 in number,” he said.

The attack comes just a few days after the BJP won the elections to the Municipal Corporation of Delhi under Tiwari’s supervision. This is the third consecutive time that the BJP has won the civic polls.

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