This group is sending Mark Zuckerberg hand sanitizers to help him remove bloodstains left behind from shaking hands with PM Modi
The world might’ve been impressed with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s grand visit to the US, especially to the Silicon Valley where he met the world’s most important people, including
But, it seems no matter where he goes or what he does, he will forever be unable to shake off the presumed responsibility of the
And, to remind the world of his guilt, an activist group which goes by the name of
A week before Prime Minister Modi’s visit to the Silicon Valley and his debut Facebook Townhall Interaction where he not only met CEO Mark Zuckerberg, but also shook hands and hugged him, the AJA launched a website called ‘Zuck, wash your hands (zuckwashyourhands.com) and sent the CEO 250 bottles of
Accompanied with every bottle of Purell was the name of the victim of the violence that took place when
Talking about their campaign, a spokesperson for the group told Scroll, "The American public – and in particular, the leaders of Silicon Valley – must remember that Modi is not simply a prime minister making a trade visit, he is a man responsible for genocide."
Anyone can sign up a form on this website in case they want to send Zuckerberg a sanitiser and it will be sent on their behalf.
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