Mumbai’s Karachi Sweets compelled to masks identify by Shiv Sena, Sanjay Raut clarifies


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Mumbai’s Karachi Sweets compelled to masks identify by Shiv Sena.

After a video of Shiv Sena chief Nitin Nandgaokar went viral wherein he was allegedly asking Karachi Sweets store proprietor in Bandra West to alter the identify ‘Karachi’, social gathering chief Sanjay Raut issued a clarification saying it is senseless to ask for altering their names now. Demand for altering their identify isn’t Shiv Sena’s official stance. 

Within the video, Sena chief Nitin Nandgaokar stated, “You must do it, we’re supplying you with time. Change ‘Karachi’ to one thing in Marathi,” says in video. Following this episode, the proprietor of the store needed to forcefully masks the identify on the board. 

“Karachi bakery & Karachi sweets have been in Mumbai since final 60 years. They don’t have anything to do with Pakistan. It is senseless to ask for altering their names now. Demand for altering their identify isn’t Shiv Sena’s official stance,” Sena chief Sanjay Raut.

Not solely Shiv Sena, however Raj Thackeray’s MNS have additionally raised the matter of fixing the identify of the bakery. The truth is, a number of MNS employees protested outdoors the store and thrown out its product.

Now, the proprietor of the store in Bandra says that its been over 70 years that this enterprise is operating however its merchandise are all made in India.

In the meantime, giving a response on this, Congress’ Sanjay Nirupam stated it was silly of the Shiv Sena leaders to protest agains the identify of the bakery. He stated be it Karachi or Chinese language, the individuals who run the place are Indians and requested Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to take motion towards these concerned in threatening the house owners of the store.

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