#BoycottQatarAirways trends on Twitter; a spelling mistake, spoof video make it hilarious

#BoycottQatarAirways is trending on Twitter after numerous Islamic countries condemned the supposed negative remarks made by previous BJP representative Nupur Sharma on Prophet Muhammad. Saudi Arab, Bahrain, Indonesia, Jordan, UAE, Maldives, Oman, Afghanistan were amongst the nations to condemn the remarks. .

Going a action even more, Qatar, Iran and Kuwait even summoned Indian ambassadors to turn over demonstration notes on Sunday. After global criticism, Nupur Sharma was suspended from the celebration for 6 years. Qatar was amongst the very first to raise objections. The remark row likewise resulted in the boycott of Indian items in numerous Gulf nations. .

After Qatar summoned the Indian ambassador over the baseless remarks, in declaration, the Indian embassy in Doha dismissed a as done by ‘fringe aspects’. After this, there was anger it social networks as lots of Indian users required to Twitter to support Nupur Sharma and trended the hashtag #BoycottQatarAirways. .

Twitter stated they would never ever take a trip by Qatar Airways. Let us advise you that Qatar provided citizenship to kept in mind painter MF Hussain who had actually painted profane and naked images of Hindu goddesses.on” #BoycottQatarAirways. We can boycott them too if they can boycott Indian items! #IsupportNupurSharma,”

Twitter user composed. The boycott call ended up being spelling butt of social media jokes after netizens found the use of the incorrect

June 7, 2022 a video A Twitter user called Vashudev had actually published a requiring a spelling boycott of Qatar Airways with the hashtag #BycottQatarAirways which had

mistake. A couple of Twitter users declared that Qatar was targeting Indians, so individuals must get together to boycott Qatar Airways. .

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