NEW DELHI (Web Desk) – Police have arrested the chief of right-wing organisation Hindu Sena in connection with the vandalism of Pakistan International Airlines office by the members of the group, NDTV reported on Friday.

Hindu Sena chief Vishnu Gupta has been arrested under charges of being party to a criminal conspiracy, rioting, trespassing among others, police said.

“The police are still looking for the other Hindu Sena members who were involved in the vandalism,” senior police officer Jatin Narwal said.

On Thursday, four members of Hindu Sena, ransacked the fifth floor office of Pakistan International Airlines at Delhi’s Barakhamba Road around 3:15 pm, damaging computers, furniture and other items.

Police later arrested one member of the group, who was identified as Lalit Singh, while three others fled.