India

21 Feb 2019

Say 'Pakistan Murdabad' and get 10% discount at this restaurant

The entire nation is still mourning the deaths of the CRPF jawans martyred in the Pulwama attack and people are expressing their anger in all sorts of ways.

Case in point: A restaurant owner in Mumbai has offered a 10% discount to any customer who chants "Pakistan Murdabad".

Kharghar-based Lucky Tawa's owner emphasized that he thought of this move as he's a true patriot.

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Restaurant owner says he was 'deeply disturbed' by Pulwama attack

Restaurant owner says he was 'deeply disturbed' by Pulwama attack

Shayad Khan, the owner, said he was "deeply disturbed" by the attack and thus decided to offer a discount to any customer who shouts the two words.

Following this, he revealed he received many phone calls lauding his unique effort.

However, there were some who slammed his move and threw critical remarks at him.

But, Khan couldn't care less about the critics.

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Video shows customer saying 'Pakistan Murdabad' at restaurant

Khan further said that he "was born in India and is a true patriot."

A video was recently released on YouTube showing a customer giving an order at the Mumbai restaurant, followed by the owner telling him about the 10% discount and what he has to do.

The customer then shouted, "Pakistan Murdabad" twice and the restaurant staff also joined him in the process.

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T-Series

Separately, T-Series removed Pakistani singers' songs from its YouTube channel

Separately, T-Series removed Pakistani singers' songs from its YouTube channel

Meanwhile, many big organizations in the country have also taken strong actions post the attack.

Noted music record label T-Series has removed the songs sung by Pakistani singers from its YouTube channel, which is the second-most followed channel on the platform.

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has claimed that T-Series took action after the party's film-wing asked several production companies to shun Pakistani artists.

Ban

Cine Workers Association banned Pakistani-artists from working in Indian films

In a similar move, the Cine Workers Association also announced a blanket ban on Pakistani artists in Indian films.

Further, the association said that if any organization in the country insisted on working with Pakistani artists, strict action would be taken against it.

At the end of its notice, the line read, "Nation comes first, we stand with our nation."

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