Controversial tweet by 'Hyundai' on Kashmir, trended on social media BoycottHyundai
Controversial tweet by 'Hyundai' on Kashmir, trended on social media BoycottHyundai

New Delhi: After Pakistani Hyundai's controversial tweet on 'Free Kashmir' and BoycottHyundai trend on social media, Hyundai of India has now issued a statement. However, in this statement, they have neither apologized for blocking Indian users nor has said anything to take action against Hyundai Pakistan. In this statement, the company has directly shown how committed they are to India.



In this statement, the company has told Indians that they have been committed to the Indian market for the last 25 years and they stand firmly in respect of nationalism here. In their statement, they said that some unwanted posts made on social media are going to hurt their commitment and service. The statement said that India is their second home for Hyundai and they have a zero-tolerance policy for any insensitive dialogue and they condemn them. "As a mark of our commitment to India, we will continue our efforts for the betterment of the country as well as the citizens.'

Today Hyundai Pakistan had tweeted. This tweet was about Kashmir. India's automobile company Hyundai Motor India had come under question about this tweet and started trending #BoycottHyundai as soon as I saw it on social media. Many social media users expressed their displeasure over the company's action and complained that India's Hyundai is blocking them for asking questions on social media in this matter. This statement of the company came out in the evening after a lot of panics. But users aren't satisfied with that either. People say that the company is trying to make a fool of the largest market.

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