They want us banned from the Olympics. They also want us not to participate in the ICC world cup. They want to remove the songs from countrymen from their music channels. They are doing everything in their capacity to hurt us, yet it is not working even the slightest.
The aftermath of the terrorist attack on the Indian men has caused disturbance between India and Pakistan once again as the country blames Pakistan for killing their men. This has resulted as threats of war given by Indian army, politicians, sports personalities and even celebrities.
The relations between India and Pakistan go way back; even before the 1947 where the two countries shared the same piece of land before the partition. Just like Pakistan has certain areas and landmarks which denotes history shared between the two countries, such as Delhi darwaza, India has it too, like the famous Karachi Bakery.
Few unidentified people arrived at Karachi Bakery in Bengaluru's Indiranagar and demanded that the name of the bakery be changed. The people running the bakery covered the word 'Karachi' and displayed the India flag to pacify and diffuse the situation. pic.twitter.com/zaqGAK6vvt
— Prajwal (@prajwalmanipal) February 22, 2019
According to news reports, a mob of unidentified people held a protest outside the Hyderabad-based Karachi Bakery in Bengaluru. The mob demanded to change the name of the historic bakery and at that time covered the Karachi part of it by placing a flag over it.
Here’s How It Looked
According to the Manager of Karachi Bakery, No Violence Was Reported
“The mob stayed for about half an hour. They demanded us to change the name. The men claimed to know people in the Army. They thought we were 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.”
The manager further shared that around 20 to 25 men gathered around the bakery at 8:30 pm and chanted slogans while insisting to change the name of the bakery.
On this Incident, Social Media Is Not Keeping their Voices Down
Yep, There is a Huge Difference!
Karachi Bakery in Bengaluru, India vs. Bombay Bakery, Hyderabad, Pakistan. Guess which bakery is forced to hide its name due to origin and which is not. War mongering & hysteria is not seen in Pakistan as much as it's across the border. pic.twitter.com/tiAeI68n9b
— Salman Junejo (@salmanjunejo) February 23, 2019
Further On the Controversy of the Foundation of this Bakery
Shame on you some fake Nationalist bcz of your Propaganda famous Bakery need to put clarification, before targeting anyone atleast have knowledge about that brand , this Bakery Product has its brand value associated with India, https://t.co/dh5Oyy6Pqf
— 44 Martyr=22 BJP LokSabha Seats (@shubhamamdhare) February 23, 2019
Pic1: Bombay Bakery In Pakistan's Hyderabad. (Name not Covered)
Pic2: Karachi Bakery in India's Bengaluru. (Name Covered)
That is how we are superior to them
Proud to be a Pakistani. #HindustanVsPakistan #NamumkinAbMumkinHai pic.twitter.com/gPcjf0f8MG
— Sobhan Mumtaz 🇵🇰 (@MumtazSobhan) February 23, 2019
While it may seem at this moment that the situation is getting out of hands, let’s hope that the two countries manage to mediate the situation by handling the citizens and their sentiments. War is definitely not the answer; while it may seem easy to say this while sitting in your homes, let’s be practical towards this.
On the other hand, businesses and sporting events need to be spared as they were and are not involved in any sort of terrorism.