3 Indians misplaced jobs in UAE attributable to social media posts

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Three extra Indians within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have misplaced their jobs for alleged social media posts associated to Islam. According to the Hindutan Times, a day earlier, the Indian Ambassador warned Indian residents residing within the UAE to not post any inflammatory materials on-line.

Gulf News reported on Saturday (May 2) that Chef Rohit Rawat, retailer keeper Sachin Kinigoli and a money custodian (money cashier), whose id has not been revealed by the corporate. Now it has joined the checklist of 10 Indians who’ve confronted motion for his or her social media posts.

On 20 April, Indian Ambassador Pawan Kapoor warned Indian migrants residing within the UAE towards such habits, particularly content material linking Islam with the Corona virus epidemic, after Islamophobic social media posts surfaced. <! –

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                 Some such instances have additionally been reported in lots of West Asian international locations.

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