Amazon removes 'offensive' images on products after Sikh community campaign

The Sikh community demanded global online retailer Amazon remove products displaying "offensive" images.

Amazon has reportedly removed products showing images "offensive" to the Sikh community, following complaints last year.

NGO United Sikhs said the "sensitive images" on products such as toilet seats and doormats were removed after months of lobbying, according to a press release from the organisation.

United Sikhs was calling for the removal of sale of the products, which depicted the Golden Temple and the Khanda...

...But a press release from the NGO on 14 January claimed Amazon had removed all products from sale...

Add a Comment