Right-wing wants India’s biggest helicopter service provider to be banned after list of Muslim joinees goes viral
New Delhi: India’s right-wing is now up in Arms against the state-owned Pawan Hans and has been demanding a ban on the company.
Pawn Hans- India’s biggest helicopter service provider has apparently caused displeasure among the extremist Hindus with its alleged list of new apprentices, as the list mostly includes Muslims—who joined the company on March 30.
After the list of these candidates went viral, several including BJPs elected parliamentarians have been demanding a ban on the company.
Hindu nationalists allege that the new joiners are all products of Delhi’s famed Jamia Milia Islamia University. Not surprisingly, #BanPawanHans has been trending on Twitter over the past few days.
The critics even alleged that the government-owned aviation company had carved out a secret quota for Muslim candidates.
According to a Quartz report, Pawan Hans owns 43 helicopters and serves firms like Oil and Natural Gas Corporation and other state-owned energy firms for their off-shore and remote locations like the northeast and India’s island territories. The Kashmiryat.uk