The famous Pizza chain Domino’s apologises for hurting the Indian sentiments through a recent social media post.
Reportedly, the company tweeted, “Domino’s India is committed to the Indian market, having called it home for more than 25 years, and has the utmost respect for the people, culture and spirit of nationalism of the country.”
Domino’s apologises for ‘unsolicited post’
As per reports, Domino’s India, the Indian branch of American pizza restaurant chain Domino’s, has apologised after tweets surfaced on social media of the company.
The company expressed its solidarity with the people of Kashmir on the occasion of so-called ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day.’
The company further said, “We stand here to protect its legacy forever. We respect and honour everything the country has to offer.”
The ‘unsolicited post’ was from February 5, 2020. This day is observed in Pakistan as ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’, each year.
The brand in a statement stated, “We regret and apologise for the unsolicited social media post published on Domino’s social media handles outside the country.”
It adds, “As a brand we honour and respect India and remain deeply committed to serving our customers and communities with humility, gratitude and pride.”
Honda company apologises too
As per information, Honda India also took to Twitter to issue an apology regarding the same matter.
“Honda is deeply committed to ensuring compliance with laws and sentiments of every country it operates in. Any hurt caused to this effect is regretted,” it said.
It further added, “As a part of its policy, Honda endeavours to ensure that, in any part of the world it is present, it avoids comment on race, politics, religion and social issues”.
After Hyundai, KFC, Pizza Hut, Toyota and Suzuki, Honda and Domino’s too have apologised for posts on social media.
Posts made by their business partners in Pakistan on Kashmir Solidarity Day. Which soon started this outrageous incident calling for a boycott of products by these companies.
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