Over again: Amazon Canada in deep trouble, sells Indian map without disputed territories

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The Online retail giant Amazon Canada has again come into controversy by selling a different version of the Indian national flag.

The event was observed by the Bharatiya Janata Party leader and BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Pal S Bagga.

Bagga moved to twitter to highlight the matter about the vinyl wall sticker map which differs from the Indian government’s official map, also demanding an immediate removal of the product.

He posted: “Amazon.ca is selling distorted Map of India. It is unacceptable. Remove this from your website & stop selling immediately”.

American e-commerce site Amazon has landed into series of controversy since long back.

It has been reported that the map is being sold by the company named DIYthinker for C$25.35 which is around Rs 1,190 in Indian currency.

Earlier, in January Amazon Canada has landed in a soup for showing disrespect to the Indian Flag after selling Indian flag emblem on the doormat among others.

 

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