'Shame on you': Netizens explode after Pizza Hut joins KFC, Hyundai & Kia to support Pak on Kashmir
After KFC created a social media storm over its Kashmir tweet, fast food giant Pizza Hut also got into the act and posted a message on Instagram which said: "We stand with you" on Kashmir solidarity day.
The purported post by Pizza Hut has since been deleted. KFC had also deleted its tweet on Kashmir. In a similar move, Hyundai and Kia had also posted tweets on Kashmir.
Although the Pizza Hut post was from a verified account, however, it is unclear if it is directly handled by the US multinational company. Pizza Hut's move received huge backlash in India.
KFC in a controversial tweet on February 5 loudly proclaimed: "Kashmir Belongs to the Kashmiris". "You never left our thoughts and we hope that the coming years bring peace to you!, it said. The company later moved to delete the post as KFC India apologised without naming Pakistan.
"We deeply apologise for a post that was published on some KFC social media channels outside the country. We honour and respect India, and remain steadfast in our commitment to serving all Indians with pride," KFC said in a tweet.