Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari has claimed that his Delhi's North Avenue residence was ransacked by unidentified people on late Sunday night. 

According to a report filed by News18, at least two of his staff members were injured during the attack and a WagonR car parked in the premises was also damaged. 

He took to Twitter to inform about the incident

According to a statement given to ANI, Tiwari called it a "Jaanleva attack" 

While the eye witnesses to the incident claim that the men were abusive and least scared of the police, Tiwari accused the police of being a part of the conspiracy against him.

Reportedly, the BJP leader wasn't present at the house when the incident occurred. 

Here's the CCTV footage of his residence before his house was attacked 

Two people have been arrested so far.