A woman has complained that Myntra’s logo is abusive to women. When the police talked to the company about this, the company has now agreed to change the logo. The woman has also demanded action against the company.
- A woman has complained that Myntra’s logo is abusive to women.
- When the police talked to the company about this, the company has now agreed to change the logo.
- The woman has also demanded action against the company.
- There were complaints that the company’s logo was hurting the dignity of women and insulted them.
The e-commerce giant Myntra has decided to change its logo, as a Mumbai-based woman activist complained to the cyber police that the company’s logo was hurting and insulting the dignity of women. The name of this female activist from Mumbai is Naz Patel, who is working in Avesta Foundation NGO. He filed a complaint against Myntra in December 2020. The woman has not only demanded the removal of this logo of Myntra but has also demanded strict action against the company. He has also raised this matter on many forums and social media.
Rashmi Karanadikar, DCP of the Cybercrime Department of Mumbai Police, has said – We found that this logo of Myntra is abusive to women. After the complaint, we sent an email to Myntra and their officials came to see us. Officials have said that they will change Myntra’s logo within a month.
Following the controversy, Myntra has decided to change the logo on its website, app, and packaging materials. Myntra has also ordered packaging materials to be printed with the new logo. Let me tell you that Myntra is India’s leading online retailer in terms of clothing and accessories. In 2020, traffic to Myntra’s website saw an increase of about 51 percent.
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