Joint Commissioner of Police Sanjay Beniwal told IANS that a probe would be ordered into the incident as soon as police receive a written complaint.
Bedi visited the injured workers in hospital and said their statements have been recorded. Bedi, in a series of tweets, said: "My BJP constituency office in Krishna Nagar am informed has been attacked. Informed some injured too. Cutting short Rallies, rushing back." "Met the injured. Their statements recorded. Will give all evidence to the police and await the findings of police investigation. "Thanked all our BJP volunteers who bore the assault and did not get provoked! Appealed to them to remain calm, civil and peaceful," she said in another tweet.
BJP's Delhi unit president Satish Upadhyay "strongly" condemned the attack and accused "some activists" of the Aam Aadmi Party of being behind the attack. "We strongly condemn the attack. This is a repetition of the attack on the BJP national headquarters by AAP activists before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections," he said.
"Before the birth of the AAP, there was no place for violence or abusive misconduct in the politics of Delhi. It is up to the people of Delhi now to totally reject the politics of anarchism," Upadhyay added.