New Delhi : The Noida Police on Friday registered a case towards e-commerce large Amazon for allegedly hurting “Hindu sentiments” after rugs and bathroom seat covers with photos of Hindu gods had been to be had on the market on its US website online.
A web-based marketing campaign to “boycott Amazon” was once initiated via a number of social media customers Thursday over the problem, with an Amazon spokesperson announcing all dealers should practice the corporate’s promoting pointers and those that don’t comply will probably be matter to motion, together with attainable removing in their account.
“The goods in query are being got rid of from our retailer,” the spokesperson added.
A criticism was once made on the Sector 58 police station for allegedly selling enmity between other teams on grounds of faith, the police mentioned.
“The foreign-based corporate continuously places up merchandise on its website online which hurts the emotions of Hindus. This will likely result in communal stress in our nation anytime.
“Therefore, it’s a request to take strict motion towards the corporate in order that such incidents don’t seem to be repeated and Hindus can are living with their pleasure and dignity peacefully,” complainant Vikas Mishra mentioned.
Circle Officer, Noida second, Piyush Kumar Singh mentioned the FIR has been registered below Segment 153A of the Indian Penal Code ― selling enmity between other teams on grounds of faith, race, homeland, place of dwelling, language, and so forth and doing acts prejudicial to repairs of cohesion.
“The subject is being probed,” he added.
In 2017, Exterior Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had won a number of court cases about Amazon promoting flip-flops with Mahatma Gandhi’s symbol. There have been additionally studies of Amazon Canada promoting on its platform doormats depicting Indian flag.