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Tehreek-e-Insaf rivalry which was earlier confined to rhetoric of top leaders of the political parties seemed to take a violent turn on Sunday.

A PTI office in Hyderabad came under attack by some political activists, who according to PTI led party were affiliated with the PPP, shortly after Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was forced to cut short his speech by alleged PTI workers at a rally held in London to demand right to self- determination for Kashmir.

According to reports, firing indiscriminate shots in the air, a number of armed men stormed and stripped the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) office on Sunday night.

"The shooting outside PTI office, located in G.O.R colony, left at least two Insaf Students Federation (ISF) activists wounded, while the physical torture even more", a police official said.

Reports said that the attackers brutalized everyone who came in the way of their midnight maraud.

"The furniture, electronic items, windowpanes, etc is broken beyond repair. They ruined the office,” eyewitnesses were quoted as saying.

According to rescue sources, the injured have been shifted to Bhittai Hospital. PTI’s District President, Mustansir Billa alleged that PPP workers vandalized their office located at Gul Centre and tore posters and banners of Tehreek-e-Insaf across the city. He said that the PPP workers also resorted to aerial firing. The PTI staged a protest against the attack on Thandi Sarak.