Indian Restaurants in Sweden owned by foreigners: Stop using name "India"

Most of the Indian restaurants in Sweden and other parts of the Europe were owned by foreigners hailed from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri lanka. They were using the term "Indian restaurant" on the sign boards, and all the interior design was filled with Indian gods like Krishna, Hanuman etc, Indian monuments and Indian National flag. This process throws a wrong impression on the public, and they believe that these restaurants are owned by legitimate Indians. In fact, most of these restaurant owners were not aware of real Indian dishes, and their cooking methods. Most of the restaurants don't follow the Indian cooking style, which causes the public to comment on Indian foods. This degrades the pride of the Indian nation. Victims claim that they were suffered from Indian restaurant foods, but they don't know the fact that these restaurants were not owned by Indians. These restaurants were insulting the Indian gods, by offering beef items in their restaurants. Cow is considered as a god in India, and insulting this traditional values should be condemned. Our aim is to remove the name of "India" from the sign boards, and need to stop pretending as Indians. This way we can protect our nations pride and cultural values. Local government or authorities need to check the identity of the owners before they give permission to "Indian Restaurant".

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