Domino’s Pizza and Honda, a Japanese automobile company, apologized on Wednesday for offending people of India with social media statements posted by their Pakistani business colleagues. The words came a day after Hyundai published an explanation for a tweet supporting the current Kashmiri separatist rebels.
Domino’s India stated that it is devoted to the Indian market and has the highest respect for the country’s people and culture.
Domino’s India is devoted to the market in India, has been calling it home for more than 25 years, and has the deepest respect for the country’s people, culture, and nationalism spirit, the firm stated in a Twitter post.
The worldwide pizza giant also stated that it will maintain its history in perpetuity and that it respects and honors what the country has to offer.
Honda India also issued an apology on Twitter, sincerely apologizing for any hurt caused to Indians’ feelings.
Honda is honestly and sincerely dedicated to rigidly adhering to the laws and sentiments of every nation in which it operates. The tweet expressed sorrow for any harm caused by this consequence.
Honda stated that as part of its policy, it strives to avoid making comments on race, politics, religion, or social concerns wherever it is present.
Domino’s and Honda have joined the ranks of significant corporations such as Hyundai, KFC, Pizza Hut, Toyota, and Suzuki in apologizing for social media remarks made by their Pakistani business partners on Kashmir Solidarity Day. The social media posts sparked a response in India, with individuals on Twitter asking for a boycott of these firms’ products.