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After backlash Chaayos apologised for liking objectionable posts

After receiving backlash Chaayos apologised for liking some objectionable posts on Twitter.

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New Delhi: After receiving backlash on social media over liking some objectionable posts, popular tea cafe Chaayos issued an apology while claiming that its account was hacked.

A Twitter user yesterday posted a screenshot pointing out if it is ‘Chaayos’s official policy’ to follow a social media page of a radical group. The users noticed that Chaayos Twitter handle has liked a page called ‘Saffron Love’ that often shares radical posts.

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Issuing a statement later, Chaayos said that, “There was an offensive tweet that was inadvertently liked from our account. Chaayos detests and denies any view mentioned in the said tweet. We apologise to everyone and to those who were impacted by it.”

“We want to assure our guests and Team that as a responsible organisation we have always respected people of all faiths equally and shall continue to do so forever. We are investigating what led to this and shall take corrective action asap,” the statement added.

Founder of Chaayos, Nitin Saluja, said that the company’s Twitter page was ‘hacked for half an hour and a few offensive tweets were liked in that time’. 

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