Mumbai, Sep 18(ANI): Activists of Republican Party of India (RPI), a regional party in Maharashtra, on Friday ransacked the Congress office in Mumbai.
The activists were protesting against eviction of their senior leader and former Lok Sabha Member of Parliament, Ramdas Athawale from his official bungalow in New Delhi.
Athawale was evicted for overstaying after he lost the recently concluded Lok Sabha poll.
RPI activists raised slogans against Congress President Sonia Gandhi and broke windowpanes of the party office.
"I was in office of NSUI (National Students Union of India) when I came to know that alleged workers of RPI are ransacking Congress office. I was surprised that policemen standing outside remained mere spectator even though I told them they are attacking our office," said Sadaf Aboli, President of National Students' Union of India (NSUI), student wing of Congress.
According to reports, the police also arrested some of the activists. (ANI)