‘Supershakti Metaliks’ apologies after unified protests by Hindus to stop denigration of Lord Indra, Shri Vishwakarma and Shri Narad Muni

The result of unified opposition by Hindus! This success of the Hindus should be dedicated with gratitude to the Lotus feet of Lord Shri Krishna! 

Mumbai – As a result of unified Hindu opposition, a company named Super Shakti Metaliks has apologised. The company has insulted Hindu Gods, Shri Indradev, Shri Vishwakarma and Shri Narad Muni.

Super Shakti Metaliks is a company which produces and manufactures TMT Steel, which is used in construction industry. The company has made a video portraying the Hindu Gods, Shri Indradev, Shri Vishwakarma Dev, and Shri Narad Muni in a commercial way to advertise their products. A devout Hindu has brought this incident to the notice of Hindu Janjagruti Samiti. The Samiti used the social media of Facebook and Twitter for expressing opposition, and gathering the support of other Hindus. This resulted in removing the video from YouTube.

This video portrays a dance program in Heaven, where Lord Indra is watching the program. Apsaras, the damsels in Heaven, were presenting the dance program. Then a piece of plaster falls from the roof. Even then the dance program continues. After some time, a large amount of plaster falls from the roof. Then the dance is abruptly stopped. Lord Indra asks, “What is happening here?” Lord Vishwakarma says that, “It is the result of low quality steel”. Then Lord Indra asks, “What is the solution for this?” Lord Narada Muni appears in the assembly. He says that, the solution for this is ‘Super Power TMT’. This is the only steel which gives a strong grip. The dance program starts again. In the end, Narada Muni says that “dance, dance, Heaven also became ‘super strong’ with ‘super shakti’.

This advertisement has hurt the religious sentiments of crores of Hindus.

Super Shakti Metaliks ने विज्ञापन से किया भगवान इंद्र, विश्वकर्मा देवता तथा नारदमुनि का घोर अपमानक्या कंपनी अन्य…

Posted by Hindu Adhiveshan on Monday, 31 August 2020


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