Bengaluru Karachi bakery attack: The people of the country have been opposing everything related to Pakistan after the Pulwama attack and in the same series today a few unidentified assailants reportedly brawl at the Karachi Bakery in Bengaluru’s Indiranagar area. According to the reports, the assailants demanded to change the name of the bakery. After which the manager of the bakery covered the word Karachi from outlets name and displayed the Indian flag on the front door to control the situation. This is not the first time that people have protested against Pakistan. A few days ago, effigies of the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan were burnt, anti-Pakistan slogans were raised across the country.
Earlier on February 14, 2019, 40 CRPF soldiers martyred in a cowardly suicide bomb blast in the Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama. The attack was later claimed by the Pakistan-funded terror organisation Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM). According to the reports, a terrorist crashed a car full of explosives with the convoy of the CRPF, when it was moving from Jammu to Srinagar.
The Bengaluru (East) Police Control Room also told the media that such an incident has been reported by the Karachi Bakery in Indiranagar. The reports suggest that the other outlets of the Karachi Bakery have also received the threatening calls since February 17 from some unidentified numbers to efface its reference from Pakistani name. An employee said that the bakery should choose either to change its name or shut down the business.