Complaint against Amazon for selling obscene painting of LordKrishna, Radha

BANGALORE: Amazon has drawn criticism when the Hindu Janajagruti Samiti said on Friday that the online retailer sold 'obscene' artwork of Radha and Krishna. According to the organisation, a memorandum requesting action against the website was delivered to Bengaluru's Subramanya Nagar police station.According to the Hindu organisation that filed the lawsuit, the paintings marketed as "INKOLOGIE Hindu Gods Fine Arts Painting" were offensive to the religious beliefs of millions of Hindus.

Hindu organisation complains to Amazon for selling pornographic Radha-Krishna images.  According to authorities, the Hindu Janajagruthi Samithi has filed a complaint against Amazon for selling offensive images of Lord Krishna and Radha.

Amazon's attempts to sell the pornographic images at a time when millions of Hindus were celebrating Krishna Janmashtami could only be seen as having ulterior objectives and are therefore illegal under IPC sections 295, 295 A, and 298.

The complaint further stated that the corporation must face legal action for offending Hindus.
The Subramanyanagar police station in Bengaluru received the complaint.

According to police sources, the e-commerce behemoth removed the images after receiving the complaint.

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