Ground Report | New Delhi: Why Boycott Myntra Is Trending On Twitter; #BoycottMyntra was trending on Twitter, with many people following the e-commerce site accusing it of insulting Lord Krishna by posting a derogatory picture on its website to promote its products Was.
An Instagram page named @hindutvaoutloud made a post about all the e-commerce platforms that have put up ‘anti-Hindu’ products and advertisements. The slide begins with an advertisement in which Lord Krishna can be seen shopping online for a long saree on Myntra as ‘Draupadi chirharan’ takes place in the background.
An Instagram page called @hindutvaoutloud shared a post and and wrote “The least you can do is SHARE this post. It’s disappointing how these people are continuously achieving their motives and we as a civilisation can’t even boycott them to make them pay.”
One user wrote, “Do you have the guts to do a similar campaign by using images of revered gods of other religions ? If not then apologise and delete this from all your platforms otherwise we will be forced to #BoycottMyntra. Let’s respect faith of people (sic).”
Why Boycott Myntra Is Trending On Twitter
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Another social media user wrote, “Uninstalled @myntra for this demeaning advertisement Giving 3 days to @Flipkart to explain its stance on this derogatory ad of its subsidiary else would uninstall flipkart too (sic).” A third wrote that she is now determined to ask colleagues, friends and families to not buy from Myntra ever again.
And the tweets were plenty, like:
Another user wrote “Guy’s this has not been done by @myntra it is a post shared on 2016 which has popped now . I’m not supporting myntra but what wrong is wrong . An I’m not an anti-Hindu . I love my religion but we should not blindly tweet without knowing thefact do fact check once.