Success : Amazon and Exotic India removes obscene painting of God Shrikrishna and Radha after Hindus protests

E-commerce company Amazon and Exotic India have removed the obscene painting of God Shrikrishna with Radha from their website. Social media users slammed Amazon and Exotic India for selling such obscene painting. #Boycott_Amazon was trending on twitter after Hindus protested against the painting via twitter.

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti demanded taking action against this a representation was handed over to the Subrahmanyanagar Police station in the city on behalf of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS). Thereafter Amzon removed the picture from the sale.

Devout Hindus giving the representation to the Police

 

HJS had stated in its demand that selling such a vulgar picture of Deity Shrikrushna when crores of Hindus were celebrating Shrikrushnajanmashtami enthusiastically all over, was unforgivable crime. It was a very serious crime under Indian Penal Code sections 295, 295 A and 298. Amazon had hurt Hindu religious sentiments earlier also. Hence HJS is making a demand to take legal action on Amzon for repeatedly hurting Hindu religious sentiments. Mr Navin Gauda, Mr Neeleshwar, Hindu leaders Mr Purushottam, Subhash, etc. were present on this occasion.


Protest : Amazon and Exotic India selling obscene painting of God Shrikrishna and Radha

E-commerce company Amazon and Exotic India have put the obscene painting of God Shrikrishna with Radha for sale on their website. Religious sentiments of crores of Hindus have been hurt by keeping such paintings on the auspicious occasion of Janmashtami. In the past, Amazon has sold products disrespecting the Hindu Gods.

Paintings are available on the below link,

Devout Hindus are protesting against Amazon and Exotic India in lawful manner…

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