Controversy erupts over 'ceat Tire' ads

Controversy erupts over 'ceat Tire' ads

Controversy erupts over 'ceat Tire' ads

New Delhi / Correspondent

Actor Aamir Khan's recent advertisement for a ceat tire has a sentence like, Roads are not for firing  cracker.' Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Anant Kumar Hegde has sent a letter directly to the company's chief executive officer Anant Vardhan Goenka over the advertisement. Hegde claims that this advertisement has hurt the feelings of Hindus.

Through this advertisement, you have conveyed the important message of not setting off firecrackers on the streets through Aamir Khan. You are to be commended for raising awareness of public questions. However, I would like to draw your attention to another problem that people face when it comes to roads. On Fridays or other festivals, Muslims gather on the streets to offer prayers, causing traffic jams. Hegde said in the letter that there was a lot of damage, especially when ambulances or fire trucks got stuck.

Hegde also urged Goenka to address the issue of noise pollution. Prayers are offered on the mosque with loudspeakers. The limit of his voice is more than the rule. Especially on Fridays and other festivals. Hegde said in the letter that sick people, schoolteachers and the elderly face the trouble due to this. 

Currently, a group of actors in Bollywood is always seen playing anti-Hindu roles. However, they do not seem to be making any effort to eliminate the flaws in their society. Hegde has also claimed in his letter to Goenka that the advertisement of his company is hurting the feelings of Hindus.

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