Hindu Sena workers blackened the signage of the Babar Road board in Delhi and pasted stickers with “Hindu Sena” written on it on Saturday around 6 am.
The Delhi Police reached the spot of the incident soon after they came to know about it.
At around 12 noon on Saturday, the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) cleaned the board and removed the sticker on the board.
While speaking to India Today TV, Hindu Sena chief Vishnu Gupta took the responsibility of the action and said that the board has been painted black by the party workers.
“Today, Hindu Sena has wiped-off Babar’s name from a board on Babar road in Bengali Market in Delhi,” Vishni Gupta said.
Vishnu Gupta said, “Hindu Sena demands the government to rename it after a “great Indian personality.”
“This country belongs to shri Ram, shri Krishna, saint Valmiki and Ravidas, and not to an invader like Babar,” Vishnu Gupta said.