The weekly magazine ‘Panchjanya’ associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has now targeted America’s e-commerce company Amazon. Panchjanya now attacked Amazon, compared to East India Company.
The weekly magazine ‘Panchjanya’ associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has now targeted America’s e-commerce company Amazon. Terming Amazon as ‘East India Company 2.0’, it said the company has paid crores of rupees as bribes for favorable government policies.
Panchjanya, writing an article on Amazon in the latest edition of his magazine, has strongly criticized it. Panchajanya wrote his article in the name of ‘East India Company 2.0’, ‘What the East India Company did to capture India in the 18th century is reflected in the activities of Amazon today.’
The magazine claims that Amazon wants to establish its monopoly in the Indian market and to do so the e-commerce company has started taking initiatives to capture the economic, political and personal freedom of Indian citizens.
It also strongly criticized Amazon’s video platform, saying that it is releasing such films and web series on its platform, which are against Indian culture.
Significantly, there have been reports that the US e-commerce giant is investigating alleged bribes paid by its legal representatives in India.