Indian Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhushan has said the attack on him was "fascist" and it will not change his view that the country should hold a plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir. People can oppose my views, but they can't beat me up," said Bhushan in an interview to an Indian TV channel. Three men got into Bhushan's chambers on Wednesday evening and assaulted him for his views on Kashmir. Two of them left behind pamphlets claiming they were the members of the Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena and accused Bhushan of indulging in anti-India activities. Bhushan said it was "absurd" to call his views on Kashimir seditious and demanded a ban on violent organisations. Bhushan, who is a prominent member of a campaign demanding a strong Jan Lokpal bill, said his views on Kashmir are personal. The pamphlets left behind by his attackers accused Bhushan of indulging in anti-India activities. A case of voluntarily causing hurt, criminal trespass and criminal conspiracy has been registered and the two accused have been arrested.