Call for boycott of Indian Bollywood Movies in Turkey
ANKARA - As new stories of oppression, brutality and horror continue to emerge from Indian-occupied Kashmir, voices from social activists continue to soar calling for the boycott of Indian products for registering protest against state-terrorism.
In one such another move, Turk activist has called for slapping a ban on release of Bollywood movies in Turkey.
The Turk activist Ali Keskin took to Twitter and stated, “Indian films should be banned in Turkey!”
During the 74th session of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Turkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan was one of the few world leaders who condemned blatant and unabated atrocities of Indian forces in occupied-Kashmir. While demanding to lift the curfew, Erdogan stressed on giving promised right-to-self-determination to oppressed people of occupied-Kashmir.
On the other hand, pro-Indian Kashmiri activist Shehla Rashid has confessed to rising popularity of Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan in occupied-Kashmir. Shehla took to twitter and said, “Modi govt's actions have created a huge soft corner for Pakistan in Kashmir. Three people from Kashmir told me over the phone that, after Imran Khan's UNGA speech last night, there were rallies, celebrations, firecrackers in Kashmir. There's no diplomatic way of saying this!”