‘Amazon’ becomes latest target for RSS mouthpiece Panchjanya, calls it ‘East India Company 2.0’

After targeting Infosys, the RSS-affiliated magazine Panchjanya has now targeted the e-commerce website Amazon. Panchjanya in it’s latest article has declared Amazon as East India Company Part-2. Panchjanya, especially criticizing the web series and video platform aired on it, has termed it against Indian culture.

Panchajanya wrote in it’s article titled East India Company 2.0, “What the East India Company did to capture India in the 18th century is reflected in the activities of the Amazon today”.

The magazine claimed that Amazon wants to establish a monopoly in the Indian market and to do so the e-commerce company has taken the initiative to capture the economic, political and personal freedoms of Indian citizens.

The article also strongly criticized Amazon’s video platform, saying that it is releasing such films and web series on its platform, which are against Indian culture. Significantly, there have been reports that the US e-commerce giant is investigating alleged bribes paid by its legal representatives in India.

Let us tell you that before attacking Amazon, this magazine had made serious allegations against Bengaluru-based IT company Infosys through an article published this month with the title ‘Credit and Trauma’.

Also read: RSS Mouthpiece Attacks Infosys, calls it ‘Anti-National’ and supporter of ‘Tukde Tukde Gang’

The magazine wrote that Infosys was deliberately trying to unstable the Indian economy. In the article, the company was also accused of helping the Naxalites, Leftists and tukde-tukde gang. It was said in the article that this is not the first time when Infosys has disturbed a government project.

Panchjanya had published a four-page cover story on Infosys titled ‘Saakh and Aghata’ and the cover page featured a picture of its founder Narayana Murthy. The article attacked the Bengaluru-based company and described it as a ‘high shop, a faded dish’.

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS)-related weekly magazine ‘Panchjanya’ has attacked the indigenous software developer over flaws in the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and income tax portals developed by Infosys and asked if any anti-national force trying to hurt India’s economic interests through it.

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