Soon after Pulwama terror attack, which killed 44 Indian troops, A mob, protesting against Pakistan in India targeted “Karachi Bakery” in Bangalore and owner was forced to cover up the word ‘Karachi’ on its main name board.
The staff, fearing repercussions, went on to cover that portion of the name and also put up the Indian national flag on their building. However, there was no incidence of violence or damage to property.
Speaking to media the manager of the establishment, said, “The mob stayed for about half an hur. They demanded us to change the name. The men claimed to know people in the army. They thought we are from Pakistan. But we have been using this name for the last 53 years. The owners are Hindus; only the name is Karachi bakery. To satisfy them, we put up the Indian flag.”
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17 November, 2019