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Disposable plates with image of Rama used to sell

Amidst a tumultuous scene unfolding by the shop, nearby residents alerted the authorities who promptly arrived and seized a set of four such plates

Police arrested a shopkeeper in Jahangirpuri in Delhi for serving biryani on disposable plates adorned with images of Bhagavan Rama. Several Hindu organisations in the vicinity became aware of the presence of Rama’s pictures on these plates, which were being used at the biryani shop.

The protesters approached the vendor and expressed their disapproval of the utilization of such plates, as a significant number of them were being disposed of in trash cans, offending Hindus.

Amidst a tumultuous scene unfolding by the shop, nearby residents alerted the authorities who promptly arrived and seized a set of four plates adorned with an image of Rama. The suspect was apprehended and is currently in police custody as the investigation progresses.

A video of the incident that has gone viral on social media shows bundles of disposable plates adorned with Rama’s images.

The plates show the front cover of Ami Ganatra’s book Ramayana Unravelled. The incident sparked extensive criticism and calls for repercussions against those responsible.

According to media sources, objections were raised by both residents and members of the Bajrang Dal when they discovered that a biryani vendor was using disposable plates to serve chicken biryani. Subsequently, they complained to the police.

However, the police are currently investigating to determine the motive behind this act. They are exploring the possibility of whether the accused engaged in this behaviour for inexpensive marketing or if it was a deliberate attempt to offend religious sentiments.

Previously, several cases had emerged in which Muslim proprietors of food establishments were held for offending the sensibilities of the Hindu community through the sale of contaminated food products.

In a recent development, Yusuf, Naeem and four additional individuals were detained in Vadodara following the discovery that a renowned ‘Hussaoni Samosa’ had beef fillings.

A similar incident occurred in Gujarat last year where a certain Ismail Yusuf and another individual were charged by Surat Police for vending beef-filled samosas and butchering cows. Yusuf operated a snack bar in Kosadi village of Mangrol panchayat and was distributing beef-filled samosas to unaware customers. At the time, the police intercepted a dubious auto rickshaw and searched. Following the search operation, the police confiscated 2 Kg of beef samosas and apprehended Ismail Yusuf.

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