Kia Motors also Posts in support for Kashmir Freedom, Indians react with Boycott Kia Motors

Following the controversy that erupted after Hyundai Motor Company’s Pakistani subsidiary called for the disintegration of the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir from the Union of India, its sister company Kia Motors Corporation ran into trouble after its dealer in Pakistan’s Hyderabad made a similar statement.

The Kia Crossroads shop in Hyderabad, Pakistan, posted a tweet in celebration of so-called Kashmir Day, claiming that it stands for Kashmir’s freedom.

 

On Saturday, Kia Motors tweeted, “We stand united for Kashmir’s liberation. #KashmirDay #5Feb.”




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