Activists ask Zuckerberg to wash 'bloodstained' hands after meeting Modi

Hundreds of sanitisers have been sent to Facebook CEO, each with the name of a 2002 Gujrat riots' victim written...


Web Desk September 28, 2015
Protesters hold a protest against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who recently visited Silicon Valley and met Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. PHOTO: TWITTER

Narendra Modi’s recent visit to the Facebook headquarters has sparked anger and protests in India.

A group of activists working under the name of Alliance for Justice and Accountability have created a website against the Indian prime minister who was allegedly involved in Gujrat riots in 2002 that killed around 1,000 people, mostly Muslims.

The website, titled “Zuck, wash your hands!” calls on Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg to clean his hands after meeting the man who ‘committed genocide’.

Mark Zuckerberg shaking hands with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PHOTO: "Zuck, wash you hands" WEBSITE

It doesn’t end there. The adamant activists have been sending Zuckerberg sanitisers to “help remove bloodstains left behind from shaking hands with Narendra Modi”.

According to the website, hundreds of sanitisers have already been sent to the Facebook CEO.

Each of the sanitisers have a name of a Gujrat genocide victim written on it.

Read: Modi emotional at Facebook as recalls childhood

The website also allows anyone who wants to send a sanitiser in his name to Zuckerberg.



COMMENTS (35)

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