New Delhi: Police on Sunday arrested two men and three women after they were heard raising ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans near Khan Market in the capital. The police came to the area after receiving complaints from a few people. As of now, the police are interrogating the accused in connection with the matter, India Today reported.Also Read - International Flights: Air India Express Announces Flights to Kuala Lumpur For February, Opens Booking: Check Full Flight Schedule Here

Notably, the incident took place at 1 AM Sunday. Also Read - Extreme Weather Events In THESE Places; Delhi To Record Coldest Day Of The Season Today

After receiving a call from residents of Khan Market, the inquiry officer of Tughlaq Road police station reached the area to probe the matter. Also Read - Delhi Reduces Number of Dry Days to Just 3, Down From 21 Earlier in The Whole Year. Details Here

On questioning, the accused claimed they had come for sightseeing around India Gate. They told the police they had rented Yulu bikes for the purpose.

They claimed they started racing on the Yulu bikes and had been calling each other by the names of the countries they belonged to, including Pakistan, India Today reported. During which they addressed one person who belonged to Pakistan and raised the slogan ‘Pakistan Zindabad’.