Hindu Sena members vandalised the Pakistan International Airlines office in the Barakhamba Road area of Delhi on Thursday afternoon, said reports.
The move is reportedly seen as a protest against India's stance on the Pathankot attack.
The members of the right-wing group raised anti-Pakistan slogans and threatened the employees of the airline, as per reports. They entered as customers and ransacked the furniture and other items in the office.
The police have reportedly reached the spot and efforts are on to nab the attackers.
Preliminary investigation has hinted that the accused are associates of the person who had last year told the cops beef was being served at Kerala House in New Delhi, PTI quoted a police official as saying.