Video: Indian extremists vandalise Zara’s showroom for selling Pakistani clothes

The incident reportedly took place in Mumbai on Tuesday.

MUMBAI (Dunya News) – Indian extremists belonging to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) stormed into fashion brand Zara’s showroom in Mumbai and threw away clothes bearing Made in Pakistan tags.

“We have information about a few more stores in Mumbai that sell Pakistani goods. In next few days, we will target more such stores selling Pakistani goods,” said Rita Gupta, MNS’s general Secretary, adding that all the shop owners have been directed not to sell Pakistani brands.

BJP leader and fashion designer Shaina NC called this action as a desperate move to grab headlines.

“Some parties are trying to use the sentiments to revive their fortunes. But, whatever they have done at the Zara store is nothing, but hooliganism. No one has the right to take law into their hands,” Shaina said.

After the Uri incident, MNS had threatened Pakistani artists and even went on to stop the release of Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil that starred Pakistani artist Fawad Khan. 

Speaking to Dunya News, Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakariya expressed concern over rising incidents of intolerance in India. He said there is no chance of improvement in ties due to India’s negative attitude.

The spokesperson highlighted that everyone could see how India is treating its minorities.

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