Indian running organisation in Dubai deactivates company site, Linkedin profile. Social media accounts vanish after Royal relative alerts of effects for Islamophobia
An Indian, who was running an industry in Dubai, has been forced to deactivate his company site, Linkedin profile, Facebook and Twitter accounts minutes after a Royal relative from the UAE alerted of consequences for Islamophobia. Saurabh Upadhyay, whose profile described him as the CEO of Rockwell Events and Sales, was called out for his Islamophobic tweets with Princess Hend Al Qassimi of the Sharjah Royal household alerting him of dire repercussions.
Among Upadhyay’s tweets had checked out, “What’s with tranquil people and spitting? New form of jiiihad custom made for 2020. I though they were still stuck 1400 years in the past & & dint believe in advancing or altering the words spoken (sic).”
In another tweet, he had composed, “Death to radical Islamic tablighi terrorists and other extreme Islamic boys of satan ja ukhad le bc jo ukhadega (do whatever you want).”
Princess Hend, who’s likewise an acclaimed author, took a dim of his Islamophobic tweets and composed, “Anyone that is freely racist and discriminatory in the UAE will be fined and made to leave. An example.”
Anyone that is openly racist and prejudiced in the UAE will be fined and made to leave. An example; pic.twitter.com/nJW7XS5xGx
— Princess Hend Al Qassimi (@LadyVelvet_HFQ) April 15, 2020
While Princess Hend made extensive plaudits for her absolutely no tolerance to Upadhyay’s brazen Islamophobia, the Indian businessman moved swiftly to remove all digital footprints. Within minutes, his Twitter and facebook accounts disappeared. Soon, his company’s site was likewise removed even though it’s unclear whether the website of Rockwell Occasions and Sales was removed at the request of the UAE government or it was Upadhyay’s own doing.
Upadhyay has also removed his Linkedin profile (please see listed below).
Several Indians working throughout the Gulf area have had to lose their tasks and face deportations for their social networks posts insulting Islam. Previously this week, one Kundan Kumar from Pupri in Bihar, working at Hamburger King in Kuwait, was fired after his Facebook post was seen to be insulting Islam.
This came simply days after 2 Indians were sacked from their task for buffooning Islam in the wake of the global outbreak of coronavirus.
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