A Shiv Sena leader, Nitin Nandgaonkar is seen to force a sweet shop owner to change the name of his outlet from Karachi to something in Marathi. The outlet is located in the Bandra West region of Mumbai. A video is circulating and has gone viral all through the social media where Nandgaonkar is majorly seen to argue with the owner of the sweetshop, demanding for the renaming of the shop.
Moreover, the leader also demanded to hide the name of the shop with a newspaper. Also, he threatened the shopkeeper. Nandgaonkar clarified that he hates the name ‘Karachi’ because of its terrorist activities for which the Indian soldiers are suffering.
The owner tried to describe such naming as it was given it by his ancestors after their arrival from Karachi after the partition. After this, the Shiv Sena leader further argued to change the name to anything apart from Karachi.
He said, “We have a strong problem with Karachi. On Bhai Dooj, our soldiers were killed by Pakistan. Please change the name which is registered too. I hate this name Karachi because that is a country of terrorists.”